The Head of Pentecost Church Apostle Eric Nyamekye has received many appellations and social media trends for storming parliament.
According to Sam George who confirmed the visit, Apostle Eric Nyamekye couldn't stand when he heard that some Lawyers have organizer themselves to fight the Anti LGBT bill in parliament.
He quickly gathered some colleague pastors to storm the Parliament House In a bold and clearer voice inscripted on a sheet of paper, Apostle Eric Nyamekye explained the need to Fight against LGBT activities than endorsing it as Human rights.
Not only did he make a bold statement. He also led the team to drop a 15,000 signature Document. The 15,000 signatures consisted 1000 signatures from 15 churches including the Methodist Church of Ghana, Assemblies of God Ghana and other notable Churches.
Sam George was of the view that, they will team up to fight against any activity which will impede the abolishment of all forms of LGBT activities.
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