- Bishop Charles Agyin-Asare of the Perez Chapel International, has opened up about details of his teenage years
- He revealed that he was involved in Buddhism, smoking and womanizing as he grew up
- He added that he got involved in Buddhism during his Form 4 level of education
The founder and leader of the Perez Chapel International, Bishop Charles Agyin-Asare, has revealed details about life as he was growing up.
The man of God who is about to mark his 35 years in ministry, revealed that he became a Buddhist at a young age and practiced it for four years.
He added that he was also engaged in drug abuse and womanizing.
According to him, these actions were born out of a desire to explore all aspects of a life, and as a result practiced as a Nishanshu Buddhist for 4 years.
Very few people in Ghana, he noted know about and practice Buddhism in Ghana.
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He explained that he his venture into the religion was borne out of a desire to discover the true God, and as such he practiced as a Buddhist when was in secondary school form 4.
Explaining further his choice of the religion, he claimed that "I was exploring, I think that there was something inside me that wanted to know the true God and I think I finally found him in Jesus."
Describing his experience, the man of God added that "anything I did or I do, I do it with everything inside me.
When I did drugs, I will rise up a great while before day and do it, when I practiced Buddhism I did the same, when I met Jesus I have done that for the past 38 years".
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