Your ‘campaign’ against fake prophets will affect church attendance – Great Ampong to Kennedy Agyapong


Famous Gospel singer , Isaiah Kwadwo Ampong popularly known as Great Ampong has predicted that church attendance in Ghana will not be the same because of the current campaign against the Church by the Maverick politician Kennedy Ohene Agyapong to unmask fake prophets in the country.

The brakeless Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong has over the last few weeks taken upon himself to unmask the evil deeds of fake ‘ministers of God’ who portray themselves as having solutions to every problem and scamming innocent people.

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‘Akokofunu’ hit maker in an exclusive interview with Amansan Krakye on Cape Coast-based GBC Radio Central monitored by us said the continuous unmasking of fake pastors will deter some people from going to church.

“Some people are tired and some people have become rusty in terms of church due to the Coronavirus and Kennedy Agyapong’s revelations.

“The strength in worshipping God that was shown by many Christians in the past may not happen again. Because a lot of people have realized that most of the miracles being performed by some pastors are fake.

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“They plan with some people behind the scenes and a lot of people are witnesses to current happenings. Every Monday and Wednesday it is shown clearly on NET2 TV. So the more they continue to watch as it is said that when the fool becomes wise you can not cheat them again.

” It will get to a point that some people will think twice before going to church. If you are a Roman Catholic and you left your church to attend a charismatic church that is fond of doing miracles, you’ll have to go back to your previous church.

“I believe that church attendance will never be the same as in the past. God himself has done His crusade,” he ended.

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