Stop Going To Church And Work Hard; These Fake Pastors Won't Help You-Kennedy Agyapong Speaks Up
We need people who speaks the truth always to govern this country and inspire the youths to achieve their dreams. Today, many pastors are being revealed that they are fake abd Ghanaians must always be careful the church they attend.
Honourable Kennedy Ohene Agyapong popularly known as Akompreko who is the member of parliament for the Assin central constituency in the central region of Ghana, has boldly advices Ghanaians to wake up and work to chase their dreams and stop going to fake pastors and attending church 24/7.
Honourable Kennedy Agyapong speaking earlier said that he knows many fake pastors and always using their intelligence to dupe people. Every Ghanaian must know that going to church always will never bring food nor money on their table it's all about hardworking and perseverance that will make you great person.
Those always attending Bishop Obinim's church must wise up. Obinim's father fell sick and he was not able to heal his sick dad but will tell someone that he (Obinim) Dan heal a sick person. Is this not a joke. Kennedy Agyapong added
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