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‘I’m not in any PARTY’S pocket’ – Bishop Agyinasare

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Perez Chapel International founder, Bishop Charles Agyinasare has dispelled rumours that he is politically tainted and has thus been pushing the agenda of a certain political tradition.

He said he is not interested in the activities of any political party as according to him, Ghana is bigger than any political party.

In his sermon on Sunday, 2 August 2020 monitored by GhanaNewsPage.Com, Bishop Agyinasare told the congregation that: “Some have said Charles, it is a bad time to preach national transformation. They would soil my reputation, call me names, attack my family, insult them and me, threaten and attack me.

[But] the truth is that it has gotten so dirty and petty that some are even questioning whether my name is genuine or not etc. However, with the state of our nation currently, is there is not a cause?,” he quizzed.

He noted that he has been commenting about ills in society which he believes ought to be corrected.

“I addressed issues that would build the foundation for the development of the youth to prepare the next generation to take over this nation.

“In my discourse, I made it clear that I am not any party’s spokesperson and to me Ghana is bigger than any political party.

“You would remember when NDC came for the thanksgiving of their former national organiser, I called the party out and spoke against vigilantism…,” he added.

He further entreated his critics to bear in mind that this is not the first time he is commenting on national issues adding that he has been consistent in calling a spade a spade.

“I have been consistent over the years speaking irrespective of which party is in power. I also shared showing what to do and what not to do using our current political landscape, how to be good civil servants and clergy amongst many principles.

“In the course of my delivery, I drew examples from my personal life including marriage and financial dealings to make them know it is possible to live a life of integrity and purity in the midst of the present day promiscuity”, he recalled.

Source: Ghana | GhanaNewsPage.com | Willam Kabutey Dosoo

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