Author of alleged occult book used in Wesley girls react to media reports

Author of alleged occult book used in Wesley girls react to media reports

Reverend Vinny Max Bani, the leader of Christ Symbolic Union International (CSU), has expressed disgust at what he calls untruthful reportage by the media on occultism in Wesley Girls Senior High, Cape Coast.

Author of alleged occult book used in Wesley girls react to media reports

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This comes after the media and some reports named his book Ministry of Angels and How to Activate Them as the "occult" source material found after the search in Wesley Girls High School by GES.

Apostle Vinny Max Bani, the author of the book, condemned Rev. Bettey, the GES public relations officer, for calling certain aspects of the book demonic, satanic, magic and invoking supernatural powers. Vinny Max Bani condemned GES’s instructions to take the book out of the curricular.

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A press release signed by King Onesimus, the PRO of Christ Symbolic Union International, explains that Vinny Max Bani’s book gives scriptural referencing to every stated truth in the Bible and that it talks on the need to have a relationship with God, submission to authority, praise and worship, prayer and giving as ways of activating the ministry of angels. It further warns against the worship of angels as idolatry.

The author of the book therefore questioned why the GES would want to take out a book that makes an alter call for sinners and draws new soul to Christ. The statement advised the media to investigate their stories and not publish falsehood.

Wesley Girls High School dominated the news last week with alleged occultism activities. Though the school authorities denied it, GES later hinted that after a search in the school, they found books relating to occultism, including Vinny Max Bani’s book.

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