The founder and general overseer of Perez House Chapel, Bishop Agyenasare has earlier today, anointed the member of parliament for Ningo-Prampram constituency, Honourable Samuel George Nartey Dzata for his fight against the Lesbian Gay Transgender Queer (LGBTQ) community in Ghana.
Bishop Agyenasare during the anointing service said that Sam George is really brave and he has taken a cross which one person cannot carry and for that matter, he must be anointed on the head for more strength from the Lord because the fight is not canal.
Samuel George Nartey Dzata quickly knelt before the man of God for the anointing of Gifs blessings, wisdom, knowledge, and strength so that he will be crowned victorious at the end of the LGBTQIA brouhaha.
"Any weapon fashioned against you shall never prosper. You will be protected by the Almighty God in all your all endeavor and may he set victory ahead of you and you shall prevail." Bishop Agyenasare prayed fervently for Samuel George Nartey Dzata
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