In a self recorded video posted and shared on Facebook by Abena Becky in Apostle Eric Nyamekye's Facebook group has spark reactions after her giving advice to Apostle and Pastors to open factories for their members and Officers.
Speaking in the self recorded video, she voiced out that Pastor and Apostles (the Church) is/are the major causes of the economic hardship Ghanaians are facing now.
She talked of the principles Jesus gave us to follow in other to inherit the Kingdom of heaven as recorded in the book of John chapter 13 that, love is the greatest among them all. Therefore, advising all current Disciples( Pastors and Apostles) or the five fold ministry to also emulate the spirit of love as Jesus did.
Kindly watch the full self recorded video posted by Abena Becky who bold tells that, pastors and Apostle should open factories for church members and Officers below by clicking on the link below.
Facebook users who have also seen the video couldn't keep mute but kept their tongue rolling in the comments section to praise her for telling the truth.
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