Andrew Awuni: Former spokesperson for JA Kuffour spotted preaching on street

Andrew Awuni: Former spokesperson for JA Kuffour spotted preaching on street

- The former spokesperson of the ex-president of Ghana, JA Kuffour, has now become a pastor

- Andrew Awuni was spotted on the streets of Kpassa in the Oti Region vehemently preaching the gospel

- It is reported that Awuni attended a Bible College after which he was officially ordained as a minister of the gospel

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Andrew Awuni, the former spokesperson of the ex-president of Ghana, John Agyekum Kuffour, has become a preacher of the gospel.

In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official YouTube handle of Celebritiesbuzz, the former top political official was seen preaching to the public on the street at Kpassa in the Oti Region.

This development has amazed many people as politicians hardly quit their official duties to simply follow God and spend their time advancing the Kingdom.

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It is reported that Awuni attended a Bible College after which he was officially ordained as a minister of the gospel and started proclaiming the good news to the masses.

Awuni was previously appointed President John Agyekum Kufuor’s Press Secretary in 2006 following the resignation of the incumbent Kwabena Agyapong.

He is the founder of the Centre for Freedom and Accuracy who revealed in 2017 that he received GHS500 as a Deputy Minister under the John Agyekum Kufuor administration.

Andrew Awuni: Former spokesperson for JA Kuffour spotted preaching on street
Andrew Awuni: Former spokesperson for JA Kuffour spotted preaching on street Credit: Andrew Awuni, JA Kuffour Source: Citifmonline, Ghanaweb.com, Celebritiesbuzzgh
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In other news, a Ghanaian mother along with her two daughters and a grandchild has been reportedly imprisoned for three months for eating corn.

This was revealed by Professor Stephen Kwaku Asare, a Ghanaian law expert who said he watched a video of the woman and her descendants in the cells.

The professor, popularly known on Facebook as Kwaku Azar, complained about the unfairness of the Ghana justice system in his remarks on the sad story.

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