Popular Ghanaian satirist Kweku Sintim-Misa has penned a short open letter to ask the supreme being about some people who have turned ‘men of God’ out of the blue.
Over the years, Ghana has seen an explosive number of churches springing up in corners headed by individuals whose actions sometimes question their self-acclaimed roles in society. KSM who has been a longstanding critic of charlatans who rip innocent stubbornly religious Ghanaians to enrich themselves petitioned God to raise the standards a bit if he has indeed lowered it. Mr. Sintim-Misa took to Twitter to publish his letter. He wrote:
“Dear God, Is it true that you have lowered the standards for those applying to be Prophets? Nowadays, any brainless jerk claims to be a prophet anointed by God.
If its true you have lowered the standards to accommodate “idiots “, kindly raise the bar.
Regards, KSM.” Dear God, Is it true that you have lowered the standards for those applying to be Prophets? Nowadays, any brainless jerk claims to be a prophet anointed by God. It its true you have lowered the standards to accommodate “idiots “, kindly raise the bar. Regards KSM.
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