The Gov’t should use Kennedy Agyapong’s campaign to streamline churches – Fiifi Banson

Famous Ghanaian radio/TV presenter, Fiifi Banson has dragged himself into the subject matter of the campaign by the Maverick member of parliament for Assin Central Hon. Kennedy Agyapong weeding out the fake pastors from Ghana through a series of exposure so as to make the real ones operate in full force and peace of mind.

For some month now, there have been a campaign against fake pastors in Ghana by the Maverick politician, Kennedy Agyapong who is leading the attack on the self-acclaimed men of God.

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Giving an example of similar circumstance to back his stance on the weeding out of fake pastors, Banson noted, Rwanda under the leadership of President Paul Kagame closed down a lot of churches to reduce the number of false men of God.

Paul Kagame has given out a condition that needs to be met before one even can establishing a church. That is, one must have a certain degree of theological experience before given the green light (license) to operate as a pastor in the country.

He further stated that we need to take advantage of Ken’s campaign to streamline the religious industry in Ghana.

As a minister of the Gospel, he called on the government to help streamline the churches and the religious industry at large with reasons that, that action will be the only prerequisite for the industry to stand.

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Fiifi advised the public to think twice before deciding on which church to attend. Because salvation is free for all.

Watch the video below:

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