- Founder of Perez Chapel International has bemoaned the spread of drinking bars in the country
- The bishop argues the number of beer bars shows Ghana is not a religious country
- Concerns are being made for drinking bars to be taxed
Bishop Charles Agyin-Asare believes there are more drinking spots in Ghana than churches.
The bishop says the claim of Ghana being a highly religious country is a lie especially when you look at the level of disorder in the nation.
Speaking on the State of Affairs on GHone TV, the founder of Perez Chapel International argues that many Christians believe they are when in practice they are not.
“I think that there are more beer bars and more drinking houses than churches”, the man of God stated explaining Christians in Ghana are not responsible for the economic challenges facing the people," he revealed.
Bishop Charles Agyin-Asare is currently celebrating his 35 years in the Christian ministry. He commemorated this anniversary with a healing crusade at the Black Star Square with thousands of congregants attending.
Meanwhile, there are calls for the sale of local alcoholic beverages in Ghana to be taxed and strictly checked.