The founder and leader of the Universal Spiritual Outreach, Prophet Abed K.B. Asiamah is making the news after it emerged that he served members of his congregation with fufu and beef (cow meat) soup at church.
Prophet Abed K.B Asiamah, the leader of a congregation known as the Universal Spiritual Outreach, has gone viral after a video emerged of the Christian preacher presiding over a feast where he served fufu and cow meat (beef) soup to congregants.
The video of the members as they enjoyed their food and listened to their leader was met generally with both good sense of praise and humour on social media.
Predictably, there were a few who decided to go for mockery
In the video, the preacher is seen sitting and sharing the food himself as he orders the congregation to feel free and come for more food.
According to him, the motive behind such a gesture was to show the congregation that there can be physical food for them even when they are in the house of God.
The Pastor in the video promised to serve the congregation another delicacy, omo tuo, at the next service.
YEN.com.gh's sources have it that the feast at the Universal Spiritual Outreach was an Easter celebration put together by the leader of the congregation.
Prophet Asiamah's gesture has won several plaudits on social media with many advising other ‘men of God’ to follow suit than to make ‘unrealistic’ prophecies.
Meanwhile, the Easter celebrations may be the occasion where Christians remember how their saviour died for their sins but in Obomeng Kwahu, the Emmanuel Methodist Church cannot have services because of the unchristian celebrations people hold in the vicinity.
In a Daily Graphic report sighted by YEN.com.gh, the Methodist church abandoned its activities for 2019 because the majority of the people in the Obomeng High Street were more interested in loud music and carnivals.
The street is one of the locations where the famous Kwahu Easter festivities have been held for over two decades.
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