- Bishop Elvis Oppong Suleman, a Freemason Ghanaian pastor has said that most Ghanaian gospel musicians belong to the secret society
- The general overseer of Changers Chapel Worldwide noted that there's nothing wrong for someone to be identified as a Freemason
- Bishop Suleman sat for an interview and further disclosed that the secret society uses the Bible
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YEN.com.gh has sighted a video of Bishop Elvis Oppong Suleman, a Freemason Ghanaian pastor who in a recent interview named members of the secret group.
Bishop Elvis Oppong Suleman mentioned the calibre of people who are members of the group.
The general overseer of Changers Chapel Worldwide disclosed in an interview that most prominent Ghanaian gospel musicians are part of the secret society.
Bishop Oppong Suleman sees nothing wrong for someone to be a Freemason.
He argued that freemasons are decent people who do not indulge themselves in unacceptable behaviour or activities.
Bishop Suleman revealed the group does not engage in any human sacrifice or ritual as perceived by many people.
He indicated that before you can introduce someone into the group, you have to know the person for about five (5) years.
The General Overseer of Changers Chapel Worldwide stated that Freemasons are prominent and well-educated individuals.
Watch the full interview with Zion Felix on the Uncut Show.
In other stories, YEN.com.gh that in the spirit of motivating others and expressing gratitude, Daniel Ampratwum, a young man who recently graduated has shared inspiring images after acquiring tertiary education.
The young graduate shared admirable images in his graduation gown accompanied by a short write up about the struggles of his parents while noting that he did not allow their hard work to go waste.
Ampratwum first completed Agona Senior High Technical School in the Ashanti region after finishing Adum Presby JHS.
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