1man 1wife isn’t in the Bible, each man will marry 5 women if I were prez- Osofo Kyiri Abosom
Founder and Leader of the Ghana Union Movement (GUM), Christian Kwabena Andrews, prominently known as Osofo Kyiri Abosom says no place in the Holy Bible is expressed that a man should wed and adhere to one spouse.
He noted that each man in Ghana would have hitched up to five ladies on the off chance that he had won the 2020 general election.
Osofo Kyiri Abosom, whose party, Ghana Union Movement (GUM) turned into the third-biggest political party in Ghana after the 2020 elections said the one spouse exclusive arrangement presented in the Church was one of the stunts utilized by the Western Countries to control African population.
As indicated by him, polygamous marriage was an adequate practice in Africa in the times past before Christianity was presented by the missionaries.
He contends that in any event, when two individuals are hitched in the congregation, the man winds up with another lady or more external the marriage which returns to recount to the story that Africans are polygamous in nature.
He added that the preachers forced their way of life on Africans through Christianity to control reproduction.
“In case I were the President of Ghana, I would have asked each man in Ghana to wed 5 ladies. The land is simply being squandered. I have not perused in the Bible that a man should wed just a single lady,” he told Sefah-Danquah in an interview on the Happy Morning Show.
He contended that the white man impossed specific ways of life on us with control reproduction. “They impossed condoms with end Labour. They presented one man, one spouse and presently large numbers of our ladies have no husbands and they are carrying on with a useless life,” he added.
As indicated by him, the West is contending energetically, this time, with the imposition of LGBTQ+ with sole aim to control African population and increasing sin.
Osofo Kyiri Abossom has urged Ghanaians to totally dismiss the legitimization of LGBTQI+.
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