- Head Pastor and founding visionary of Kharis Church, Reverend Dr. David Antwi, has described instrumentalists who get paid in church as thieves
- The man of God also described them as ''Satan's cousins''
- A video of Rev. Dr. David Antwi, addressing instrumentalists at his church has popped up
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In what has been widely considered derogatory, Ghanaian UK-based man of God, Reverend Dr. David Antwi, has been videoed describing church instrumentalists who play and expect to be paid as thieves.
Worse, he 'christened' them ''Satan's cousins''.
Reverend Dr. David Antwi has caused massive uproar among church instrumentalists who consider his remarks disparaging and demeaning of their service to the church and God’s Kingdom.
Some concerned individuals have already referred the man of God to Proverbs 14:23, which reads: ''All hard work brings a profit, but mere talk leads only to poverty.''
A video making rounds on social media which has been sighted by YEN.com.gh, shows Rev. Antwi calling all the instrumentalists in his church and telling them to line up in front of the congregation.
Following his instructions, the man of God described any of them who expects to be given money after playing for the church as Satan’s cousins and thieves.
''You are a thief if you play church instruments and collect money. Satan’s cousin,'' Rev. Antwi said.
Watch video below:
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