Ohemaa Mercy reveals how her pastor left her to die because of TV set

Ohemaa Mercy reveals how her pastor left her to die because of TV set

Top Ghanaian gospel musician, Mercy Twum-Ampofo, known in showbiz as Ohemaa Mercy, has revealed how her pastor left her to die after deciding to purchase a TV set.

In a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Zionfelix.net, the award-winning singer shared this sad story in an interview with Kumasi-based Agyenkwa FM.

According to her, she almost died some years ago because of the ‘wickedness’ of one man of God.

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She stressed that, a pastor told her that he was going to use the money, which could save her life after she had some complication with her pregnancy, to purchase a television for his children.

The ‘Aseda’ hitmaker revealed that surprisingly enough, throughout her nine-month pregnancy, she was always on her feet at the church of this man of God ministering songs to the delight of everyone in the church but still he didn’t have pity on her.

In all of this, Ohemaa Mercy’s simple message is that Christians should not be too dependent on people because if pastors can fail, then anybody can fail them.

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In other news, the founder and leader of the Heaven’s Gate Ministries, Nicholas Osei, or Prophet Kumchacha, as he is popularly known, is of the belief that the act of sex between a man and a woman feels only less pleasant than heaven.

On the TV show "In Bed With Adwen", the controversial preacher joined the panel to talk on the alleged effects of lesbianism. It was at which point Kumchacha alleged that lesbians succumb to their feelings because of evil spirits.

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