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Archbishop Charles Agyinasare apologizes for his comment on Nogokpo

Archbishop Charles Agyinasare has finally expressed remorse for the ill comment he passed about Nogokpo in a Summit at Perez Dome which ganered social media buzz and conversations.

Founder and Overseer of Perez Chapel International, Archbishop Charles Agyinasare has publicly directed apologies to the people of Nogokpo concerning the statement he made that the town is “the demonic Headquarters of the Volta Region”.

In the apology rendered, he clarified his intention of not implying the town as such but it was an example he gave at his Supernatural Empowerment Summit in  reference to instances where he encountered demonic manifestations in his crusades.

“In reference to Nogokpo, I wish to clarify that I never intended to refer to the town but an incident that happened after a crusade at Aflao. I had absolutely no intention to cast a slur upon the people of the Nogokpo Town and the Volta Region as a whole.” He stated.

He stressed on his message been driven at imparting Christians with the knowledge of the protection we enjoy from God and how to activate divine protection against demonic manifestations.

“I have received calls from people very close to me and my attention has been drawn to social media commentary on some portions of comments I made this past Thursday during the Supernatural Empowerment Summit here in the Perez Dome.

I was speaking on the divine protection we as Christians enjoy from God and was teaching congregants on the need to activate divine protection from demonic attacks. This is a cardinal principle of our faith as Charismatic Christians.” He stated

He further expressed the cordial relationship he has with the people of the Volta Region as his wife hails from that region as well as his two sons bear Ewe names hence the statement wasn’t aimed at ‘denegrating’ the town but to highlight the protection believers enjoy which is a cardinal principle in Christianity.

“I have had a very cordial relationship with the people of the Volta Region. My wife of 38 years is an Ewe from Keta. And two of my sons bear Ewe names, All of the examples I gave were not intended to denigrate any of the towns and their people but to elucidate the principle of divine protection to congregants.” He remarked.

The Nogokoo statement was made to corroborate other demonic attacks he has had during his crusades around the globe. He therefore apologized if his message was misrepresented or misinformed.

“To drive home my point, I made reference to several instances where I have encountered manifestations of demonic powers in my crusades which have taken me to over 92 countries of the world. I gave an example of people who were seeking to levitate during a crusade in India. I gave an example of an attack I suffered as a very young Pastor who had gone to preach at a bus stop around Korle Bu.”

“Any misrepresentation or misinformation that has characterised the subsequent commentary and reportage is regretted. My Ministry over the past 40 years has been one that has spoken up at critical times in our Nation as a spiritual gatekeeper and I remain committed to serving God’s people and our Nation as the spirit directs.” He said.

Popular Voltarian Vodoo, Nogokpo in a Facebook post replied Archbishop Charles Agyinasare  following an ill  comment he made about the shrine that it is “the demonic headquarters in the Volta Region” and directed that any apology should be rendered to Torgbui Sabah who is a gazetted paramount at the National House Of Chiefs.

Richmond Ampofo Fordjour
Richmond Ampofo Fordjour
Richmond Ampofo Fordjour is a Student Journalist at the University of Media, Arts, and Communication, Uni-MAC GIJ. He is a Research enthusiast and an avid reader.


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