- A Ghanaian clergyman, Osofo Acheampong, has averred that having a side chick is very good
- The preacher, said to be the head of a Seventh-Day Pentecostal church, cited Abraham and David as vessels God used but were engaged in extramarital affairs
- The video in which he shared his opinion has gained traction on social media
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A Ghanaian pastor, Osofo Acheampong, has opined that there's nothing untoward about having a side chick while in a relationship with someone.
Pastor Acheampong, said to be the head of a Seventh-Day Pentecostal church, shared the opinion in a recent interview as he referred to the Bible to buttress his submission.
''Having a side chick is very good. If I'm to rate it, I'll give it 100 percent,'' he said.
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The clergyman cited Abraham and David as prominent men God worked with despite having partners outside their marriages. These were vessels who engaged in extramarital affairs, he said.
He stated that he feels sad when he hears other pastors preaching against having multiple women aside from their wives.
Pastor Acheampong further opined that such preachers should come to his church for teachings.
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Recently, clergywoman Funke Felix-Adejumo urged people to quit friendships and relationships when they discover they are the richest in their circle for better connections.
The preacher shared the opinion during a church programme as she grounded her sermon on the principles of wealth.
Felix-Adejumo alluded to Joseph in the Bible, saying, ''Joseph befriended wealthy prisoners, butlers, and bakers'' whilst in prison.
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Meanwhile, the founder and leader of Prophetic Hill Chapel International, Prophet Nigel Gaisie, has listed 10 things he considers a failure if not achieved at a certain age or in life.
In the long list of claims seen on his Facebook account, he says a person still staying with their parents or family compound at age 35 is a failure.
The Ghanaian preacher also stated that ''you’re a colossal failure if you still believe life begins at 40,'' explaining that youngsters around the world are taking over.
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