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Kwame APlus Incurs The Wrath Of Pentecost Church Members; Says Prof Onyina Has Done Nothing For Gh

Kwame Asare Obeng popularly known Kwame APlus has incurred the wrath of members of the Church of Pentecost and it has set in motion a huge "battle" on social media.

The popular musician is being dragged on social media for criticizing a statement by the former Chairman of the Church of Pentecost, Apostle Professor Opoku Onyinah.

The latter is on record to have indicated that churches in Ghana will be expected to dedicate one week for prayers and special offerings towards the project for the next three years.

Taking to his Facebook page, Kwame APlus shared a screenshot of the statement published on the Facebook page of Joynews together with an image of Ghana's first President, Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah with the caption; " It is this same head and hairstyle that Kwame Nkrumah used to build Tema harbour, Akosombo dam, one region, one factory, many schools, hospitals, just to mention a few. Look at you using this nice "dansinkran" hairstyle on a nice round head to build a cathedral with an underground cemetary for your sky daddy".

Apostle Professor Opoku Onyina is the Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the National Cathedral and the immediate past Chairman of the Church Of Pentecost. He is highly regarded in the Church and so Kwame APlus could not have expected to go freely after his attack on a "beloved son" of the Church.

The post was met with a barrage of attacks from some people who may pass as members or sympathizers of the church. Below are some of the responses to the post:

The criticisms were so much that Kwame APlus had to respond with another post which appears to have fueled the matter further. This time, he appears to have extended the criticism to Christians in general with much emphasis on the church of Pentecost.

Below are the links to Kwame APlus' posts on Facebook;

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