- Apostle Prof. Opoku Onyinah says he earns ¢3,500 as salary
- The Pentecost pastor says he is not part of preachers who want to enrich themselves
- The outgoing chairman of the church of Pentecost has also spoken against gay rights
Chairman of the Church of Pentecost in Ghana, Apostle Prof. Opoku Onyinah has revealed the amount of money he takes home as his monthly salary.
The pastor has revealed that he receives a salary of ¢3,500 including allowances. This revelation by the powerful man of God comes in the wake of the perception that most pastors in Ghana are into the ministry just to enrich themselves and fill their bank accounts.
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"The motivation is the call of God...I love the ministry so much that I can do it without pay," Apostle Opoku Onyinah, revealed on Hard Truth.
Apostle Opoku Onyinah draws to a close 10-year leadership of one of the fastest growing Pentecostal churches in the world. Earlier on, the pastor expressed his opposition to calls for gay rights to be respected in the country.
According to him, comments by the British prime minister to help legalize homosexuality in Ghana is an insult to Ghanaians.
“For me, that is an insult to Ghanaians. Insult to the extent that they [are] trying to dictate to us [Ghanaians]. It is against the belief of Christians, Muslims, and Traditionalists," he argued in an interview with Joy FM.
The pastor revealed that the reasons why Ghana continues to receive such pressure from the West are clearly because the country is poor and still begging Western leaders for help.
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Photos of Shatta Michy that Shatta Wale won't forget easily Apostle Onyinah believes government's 'Ghana beyond aid' agenda will go a long way to deal with this issue.
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