Ignore Nogokpo, you’ve God –Osofo Kyiri Abosom to Agyinasare
Rev. Christian Kwabena Andrew, the founder of Life Assembly Worship Centre popularly known as Osofo Kyiri Abosom has warned Archbishop Charles Agyinasare, the founder of Perez Chapel International not to heed to Nogokpo’s invitation for peace talks.
According to him, the possibility that Archbishop Charles Agyinasare will lose his life at Nogokpo shrine is higher despite security assurance by the chiefs.
He added that if you have God, a 14 days ultimatum is nothing so the man of God should not pay heed to Nogokpo call.
” 14 days is nothing, if you have God and God is with you why do you have to think about 14 days. The most important thing is to respect the chiefs and elders in the town, communicate with them, let them understand you were not referring to them. And besides, he made that statement at his church so if there is any form of an apology, he should stand in his church and apologize” Kyriri Abosom stated.
“If the Chiefs and Elders said they can guarantee your security so come to the town there is fear, If someone hits your head with an object and you die, what are you going to do? So if Archbishop Charles Agyinasare is watching me today, I will warn him not to enter Nogokpo shrine” The Popular Ghanaian priest and politician Osofo Kyiri Abosom said on UTV.
The Chiefs of Nogokpo had summoned Archbishop Charles Agyinasare to appear before them within 14 days, expressing dissatisfaction with the explanation he gave regarding his earlier comment that described Nogokpo as the headquarters of demons in the Volta Region.
On May 25, while delivering a sermon to a huge assembly, Archbishop Agyinasare made the contentious remark.
“During this crusade in Aflao, we slept at Agbozume, that was where our hotel was, and you must go through Nogokpo. And Nogokpo is the demonic headquarters in the Volta Region.
“We only have not said it but the second night I made Bishop Yaw Adu talk about witchcraft and we disgraced the witches and wizards.
“When we were driving from Aflao to Agbozume, immediately we got to Nogokpo, Bishop Yaw Adu’s four-wheel drive, the tyre came out from under the car,” Agyin-Asare recounted while preaching to a huge congregation.
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