- A prophet has called on investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, to focus his attention on churches as well
- According to Prophet Bismark Amoah, some men of God adopt corrupt practices in the name of Christianity
- He said that the sale of anointing oil and the collection of consultation fees have no basis in the Bible
The Leader of the Bohye Prayer and Revival Center in Kumasi, Prophet Bismark Amoah, has called on investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, to investigate churches in Ghana.
According to a report by zionfelix.net, he said that some churches deceive their members and consequently make money off them.
He added that most churches are led by dishonest men of God who trick their members and spend their income.
The man of God went on to say that there are no cases of sale of anointing oil or consultation fees in the Bible.
In his opinion, such people are fake and therefore need to be exposed and disgraced.
He further noted that such people merely disgrace Christians and the kingdom of God and have nothing else to offer.
Prophet Amoah again revealed that they also take advantage of the wives of church members, and this, he said, is against the Holy Bible which governs Christian religion.
He therefore asked God to guide Anas, and bless him with more wisdom to help him expose corrupt persons in the country.
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