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Resign and Save Your Reputation -Captain Smart Sends Strong Message To Former Chairman Of Pentecost

Due of African Politicians' ingenuity, it is common for those who respect their hard-earned reputation to decline job offers out of fear of being sucked into a "trap" and having their reputation tarnished. The political elite's invitations to others may be legitimate, but one must do their due diligence to avoid being accused of hypocrisy.

The National Cathedral's board of trustees chairman, Apostle Opoku Onyinah, is a well-known theologian, a devout Christian, and a charismatic leader. For many years, this preacher of the gospel has served without reproach. Any attempt to tarnish the reputation of a faculty member at Pentecost University shall be rejected.

As a journalist and a follower of the Church of Pentecost, Captain Smart has gone to great lengths to warn his superiors about the sleights of Politicians. According to the newspaper reviewer who spoke on the subject topic, the reverend preacher was being drawn into a secret plan without his awareness.

According to Captain, the churches raised 31.7 million cedis and invested 332 million into this "fish pond" in order to build the cathedral. Even with all the funds spent, how many of us would be satisfied with the current state of our projects? He stated that using loans to fund a project is a sin in the Pentecost Church, and you would face repercussions.

"Apostle Onyinah must be vigilant about these politicians who will use him to promote their selfish interests," he said. To protect his good name, he needs to step down."

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African Christian Church of Pentecost National Cathedral Opoku Onyinah


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