Sofo Wireko: Pastors in Ghana are the Reasons for the Hardships in the Country not the Government

Sofo Wireko: Pastors in Ghana are the Reasons for the Hardships in the Country not the Government

  • Sofo Wireko, a Ghana based pastor has recently claimed that his fellow pastors are to be blamed for the sufferings in the country
  • He explained that churches have the capacity to improve upon the livelihood of their members who are the citizens of the country but they choose to look out for just themselves
  • The outspoken pastor gave an example that some churches have schools that their own members cannot afford to enroll their wards because it is too expensive

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A Ghanaian pastor popularly known as Sofo Wireko has been granted an interview on a YouTube channel known as De God Son TV where he claimed that the hardships in Ghana is as a result of the actions of pastors.

He explained that the word of God admonishes pastors to look out for the interest of the country first before their own but that is not what is being done.

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Citing some examples, Sofo Wireko said churches are able to raise money to build huge auditoriums but are not able to establish businesses that will help the citizens of the country.

Ghanaian pastor claims his fellow 'men of God' are the ones behind the hard economy
Sofo Wireko in an interview with the host of De God Son TV Photo credit: De God Son TV/YouTube
Source: UGC

He added that pastors are not able to feed their own church members but are always taking offerings.

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Osofo Wireko stated emphatically that every church must be able to employ their members.

He mentioned that there are churches who own schools that even their church members cannot afford to take their wards to because the fees are much more expensive than government schools.

The 'man of God' indicated that as far as he is concerned, politicians and the president of the country have done nothing wrong. To him, they are on course.

The Ghanaian pastor shared more in the video linked below;

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YEN.com.gh earlier reported that in recent times, people who claim to represent God are seen exhibiting characteristics that appear to stand against the faith they proclaim.

For instance, one Prophetess Dorothea Hagin of the Women at the Cutting Edge Ministries earlier recounted her marital woes that led to the end of her 25-year-old marriage with her husband who was a pastor.

In another report, Barbara Tommey was killed by her husband, Pastor Ofori, the head pastor of Floodgates of Heaven International Ministries.

Source: Yen

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