- Lydia Forson, a Ghanaian actress, has recently got many talking as she seeks to know why some people have stopped going to church
- Some tweeps shared that the attitude of church leaders and members discouraged them
- Many also said they realized that church is more of a business than a place of worship
Well-known Ghanaian actress, Lydia Forson has recently asked a question that is causing quite the stir among netizens.
The post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Twitter timeline of the Ghanaian celebrity posed the question;
Why did you stop going to church?
The post at the time of this publication has over 2,200 likes, close to 900 retweets, and 503 quote retweets.
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YEN.com.gh has highlighted some of the comments below;
As Corona come the only thing they cared about was me paying my tithe and sending my offering through momo. For the rest if I want to type erh, I’ll need a notepad.
My reverend asked for my tithe book before he signs a document for me.
My Pastor wanted an affair with me.
I’ve come to realize God never gave anyone religion. And the church is a business.
Deacon of a wel known Church wey invite me come church come say he want mk I b him side chick...blocked him after dat conversation cos I was disappointed, he sent me a friend request on FB and I found out dt his wife was my favourite pri. Scl. teacher
I realize that the bible is not historically accurate and most of the stories are mythology and legends.The Israelites where never slaves in Egypt. The bible also condones slavery and promotes hate
YEN.com.gh has recently shared that Ghanaian rapper, Amerado Burner, has said that he stopped going to church because there were too many ladies who were tempting him to go out with them.
In an interview with Joy News, the talented Ghanaian rapper indicated that he used to sing at the Grace Pillar Chapel and too many ladies including choristers, ushers, and more were falling for him.
According to him, he finds no trouble sinning with ladies outside the church but coming to the house of God to engage in that habit is something he will never do.
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