Following his assault on the Church of Pentecost, attorney Maurice Ampaw questioned artist Criss Waddle about his income.
Remember how Criss Waddle criticized the Church of Pentecost for kicking him and his mother out when they asked for help?
Criss Waddle stated he had the money to destroy Pentecost and build a contemporary apartment for the priests.
In reaction to the charges and assault on the church, lawyer Maurice Ampaw questioned Criss Waddle’s funding.
“Little boy like you, where were you and your mother when Pentecost was being funded?” The church is not a place where people beg. What Pentecost has done for Ghana in the more remote rural regions is that when COVID-19 started, the church gave the country free access to its facilities. Richer guys can be found at Pentecost.
As he continued to rip into the artist, he warned him not to think of himself as one of Ghana’s true wealthy men.
“Are you included when we discuss the wealthy in our nation?” What source of income do you have? Are you wealthier than Zoomlion’s leader? He said fiercely, “Pentecost is greater than you, and it doesn’t need your money.”