The leader and founder of Glorious Word And Power Ministry, Reverend Owusu Bempah has revealed that he met with top pastors like Bishop Duncan Williams, Dag Heward Mills, Apostle Onyina and many more met at Washington DC where they all contributed towards building of the National cathedral.
He made this revelation in reply to Vociferous and controversial journalist, Captain Smart who in a recent video attacked the National Chief Imam for contributing towards the national cathedral. Captain Smart said most of the top pastors have not contributed towards the building of the National cathedral but chief Imam, sheikh Nuhu Sharabutu has contributed Ghc500k instead of using the money to develop Zongo.
However according to Owusu Bempah, most of the top Bishops and Pastors have contributed the money without the media awareness as the Bible says. He revealed he himself have contributed more than Ghc400,000 at the blind side of social media because he is doing for God and not man.
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