- Pastor Brian has fired celebrities like Efia Odo over calls for philanthropy in this COVID-19 period
- According to Pastor Brian, it is not the responsibility of the church to buy hand sanitizers for its members
- He made this known in a video he released on social media
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The president of Brian Jones Outreach Ministries, Pastor Brian Amoateng, is currently hot over his recent statement.
After Ghana recorded its first Coronavirus cases in the country, many Ghanaian celebrities came out to advise men of God to help curb the spread of the virus.
These celebrities including Efia Odo went public to state that it will be prudent for the men of God in Ghana to buy hand sanitizers for their church members.
The aforementioned statement didn't go down well with Pastor Brian who is a good friend of actress Jackie Appiah.
Pastor Brian has released a video educating these celebrities why it is not the responsibility of the church to give their members hand sanitizers because they give offerings.
In the video, Pastor Brian said it is not compulsory for the church to do so.
"You buy your own toothpaste, toilet rolls, washing gels, so same way you can get your sanitizers.
"You give to God to receive a blessing, not to your pastors. Blessing is something that you don't see, it's an invisible force that comes upon your life to prosper," Pastor Brian said.
Meanwhile, Ghanaian dancehall sensation, Shatta Wale has promised to fly young talented singer, Shatta Berry to Dubai after TV3's Talented Kidz.
Watch the video below:
Shatta Berry is currently participating TV3's Talented Kidz and she has been performing Shatta Wale's song.
Her performance has caught the attention of Shatta Wale and the award-winning singer has promised to surprise her after the competition.
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