The son of the once powerful Bishop Abednego has revealed what makes him afraid and all who heard him speak will be completely lost for words.
Touted as the undisputed deep spiritual church and movement in Ghana, Asiamah preaches without fear or shyness but with joy, determination, energy and love. Any good product, whether a spiritual church, union, movement, or even a society, is marketed with authority and Kwabena Asiamah does just that.
Appearing in her red attire at the studio of Hitz Fm, the founder and President of globally respected Universal Spiritual Outreach popularly known as Ajagurajah Movement openly revealed to the host Andy Dosty who had enquired what the spiritual head was afraid of.
Answering the question, he indicated that it is not death that necessarily scares him but who to succeed him after he is long gone. To him, the right successor to carry on with the church business is what he fears most. Her four years old daughter can't replace him even though someone from the bloodline must replace him.
According to him, the child is too young and he wouldn't be happy for her to run the affairs of the Church.
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