Nogokpo: Shrine Says It Lost An Investor Because Agyin-Asare Called Them Demonic, Vows To Deal With Him

Nogokpo: Shrine Says It Lost An Investor Because Agyin-Asare Called Them Demonic, Vows To Deal With Him

  • Ghanaian shrine Nogokpo, located in the Volta Region, has sworn to deal with Archbishop Charles Agyin-Asare
  • During one of his sermons, the Archbishop recounted his experience in the town while on a crusade
  • Agyin-Asare said that Nogokpo was the demonic headquarters in the Volta Region

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One of Ghana's most "powerful" shrines, Nogokpo, has sworn to retaliate against the leader of Perez Chapel International for smearing its name.

In one of his sermons, Archbishop Charles Agyin-Asare listed some towns in Ghana noted for devilish activities, which include Nogopko and Nzema.

Nogokpo's first response to the allegations was one of peace as they sought to educate all on the practice of old.

Nogokpo shrine responds to Archbishop Agyin-Asare calling them demonic
A collage of Nogokpo signage and Archbishop Charles Agyin-Asare Image credit: @cagyinasare @Nogokpo
Source: Instagram

But after some development, the shrine has made known to all on Facebook that the Archbishop has prepared to face the music.

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According to Nogokpo, dues to what Archbishop Agyin-Asare said about them, they have lost a noble investor prepared to start a business in the town.

They put out on Facebook:

It's high time we face reality. We will never repent of this statement from you, and we shall make sure you meet it squarely with us.

Click here to read the rest of the statement.

Peeps react to Nogokpo's reply to Archbishop Charles Agyin-Asare calling their town demonic

The comments section was full of diverse views. While some believed Nogokpo's stance might cause more rifts between the two religions. Others said it was high time people respected the old religion of their ancestors.

Honesty Yevu wrote:

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Enough of their nonsense. Action must be taken against some of these businessmen so-called pastors.

Amongebia Yahya said:

In as much as I don't agree with what the bishop said, I think it's disingenuous for the so-called investor to use that as an excuse not to invest in the community.

Citizen Wise added:

All his branch around must be shut down.. the disrespect n hate is too much from this so-called men of God.

Bernard Tengy commented:

Stop the write and take the necessary action…this nonsense must stop period.

NAM1's father threatened to summon Nogokpo to kill people who benefitted from his son's money

In other news, reported threats from the father of embattled Menzgold CEO, Nana Appiah Mensah.

According to NAM1's father, politicians have left his son dry after they took money from him.

In an interview with Zylofon FM, the older man swore to deal with all those who benefitted from his son's generosity.

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