- During a live video session, Pastor Amansie Gyata Bruwaa, a well-known Ghanaian man of God, was confronted by a netizen who accused him of being a scammer
- The user claimed that pastors like him sell charms, including bathing products, to steal money from their congregants
- The video has generated debates about the practices of some religious leaders and their influence on their followers
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Amansie Gyata Bruwaa, a popular acclaimed Ghanaian man of God, was taken aback during a live video session when a netizen accused him of being a scammer.
The confrontation occurred as Pastor Gyata Bruwaa engaged in discussions with his followers. The user alleged that he and other pastors use reverse psychology to deceive congregants, selling them various charms, including bathing products, to extract money.
How Ghanaians reacted to the claim against acclaimed Pastor Amansie Gyata Bruwaa
The video has sparked debates and raised questions about the practices of some religious leaders.
They need to be told the truth but see how a pastor is refusing to see the truth and light he claim to be teaching his blind followersthat’s if he really does teach the Bible,since Africans only prefer miracles lol
Hmm this man Paa,he recently insulted my mother,ooo God I gave it to him papa,He want to Dey our top for our area ,the people who come to the church is not even up to 20,
He's absolutely right and this has got nothing to do with being bold, mo na mo suro akrɔnfoɔ ɛgyimifoɔ wei mo. Cloaking themselves as men of god and defrauding gullible, vulnerable and desperate people. Ghana foɔ bi nom nso koraa ɛgyimi dodo. ♂️
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