The Superintendent Minister of the Calvary Methodist Church at Amakom in the Kumasi Metropolis, Rt. Rev. Stephen Bosomtwi-Ayensu has slammed some pastors who are mounting pressure on the government to consider lifting the ban on public and social congregations even as the cases of the novel coronavirus continue to rise.
And the founder and leader of the Life Assembly Worship Centre and leader of the Ghana Union Movement (GUM), Rev. Christian K Andrews affectionately called Osofo Kyiriabosom is one of those pastors who have been mounting pressure on the government.
To his best knowledge, God would punish President Akufo Addo if he fails to allow churches to begin to congregate.
But speaking with Kwame Tanko on “Angel In The Morning” on Monday, Rt. Rev. Bosomtwe Ayensu said those pastors led by Kyiriabosom are behaving like pressure groups and are doing so because they are losing out on offerings and tithes.
Rt. Rev. Stephen Bosomtwi-Ayensu said the president must rather be praised for the leadership he has so far shown in the fight against the disease and pray that God intervenes as soon as possible.