Ghanaian Pastor, Sam Owusu Blasts Ghanaians Over Pastor Jerry Eze’s 60,000 Christians Crusade

Date: 02-03-2024 10:38 am (1 month ago) | Author: Mister Jay Wonder
- at 2-03-2024 10:38 AM (1 month ago)

A viral video capturing Ghanaian pastor Bishop Sam Owusu admonishing his congregation for their avid participation in Nigerian Pastor Jerry Eze's NSPPD (Night of Spiritual Praises and Prophetic Declarations) program has ignited a fervent discussion within the religious community.

In the impassioned address, Bishop Sam Owusu expressed deep concern over the apparent preference of Ghanaians for foreign preachers, particularly Nigerians, at the expense of local pastors. He lamented the lack of support shown to Ghanaian pastors, emphasizing the damaging effects of labeling their own religious leaders as fake or inadequate.

The pastor's remarks underscored the broader issue of trust and solidarity within the Ghanaian religious landscape, shedding light on the challenges faced by local pastors in garnering support and recognition from their congregations.

The video has sparked widespread debate and introspection within the faith community, prompting discussions about the importance of unity and collective support for local pastors. As Ghanaians grapple with questions of identity and allegiance in matters of faith, Bishop Sam Owusu's message serves as a rallying cry for a renewed sense of solidarity and appreciation for indigenous religious leaders.

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Posted: at 2-03-2024 10:38 AM (1 month ago) | Addicted Hero
- fineboy77 at 2-03-2024 11:01 AM (1 month ago)
That's the difference between a Pastor and a Pasta.

Posted: at 2-03-2024 11:01 AM (1 month ago) | Addicted Hero
- Bebold at 2-03-2024 11:03 AM (1 month ago)
He is saying the truth but Jesus also was not accepted by his own so deal with it pastor…… do more advertising and ask God to strategically help you
Posted: at 2-03-2024 11:03 AM (1 month ago) | Gistmaniac
- Makodama at 2-03-2024 06:19 PM (1 month ago)
This man is bravely telling us under broad day light that the church something is business afterall.He's telling Ghanians to patronise a made in Ghana pastor instead of an imported one so as to boost the economy of the ministries in the church business.Wat ta heh!

Posted: at 2-03-2024 06:19 PM (1 month ago) | Gistmaniac
- gogoman at 2-03-2024 11:41 PM (1 month ago)
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na wa ooooo
Posted: at 2-03-2024 11:41 PM (1 month ago) | Grande Master