Bishop Charles Agyinasare, a man of God, is in danger because of the well-known Nogokpo shrine in Ghana’s Volta Region.
The shrine cautions the man of God to be ready to accept the results of his acts in a social media post.
This comes after Agyinasare referred to the town as the demonic heartland of the Volta Region during a sermon.
The preacher told a tale of how one of their four-wheel drive vehicle’s tires burst as they were entering the town when they were there on missionary business.
The shrine and the township that surrounds it were upset with the man of God over his portrayal and issued a statement denouncing him.
“Dear Archbishop Charles Agyinasare our religion does not accept lies, fake prophecies, defrauding people under false pretense, extorting monies from people in the name of taking them to “heaven” which does not exist, taking taxpayers and innocent citizens money to build worthy homes, burry things or make sacrifices to get more members, we do not lose our focus to be preaching other religions rather than focusing on our ethics,” the statement read.
It ominously added: “He who beats the war drum must be ready to dance accordingly. The same demonic headquarters are the places you pastors come to more members and powers to do your “church businesses”.
Nogokpo replies Archbishop Charles Agyin Asare, following his sermon where he claims the Nogokpo town is the headquarters of demons; they advise him to prepare to bear the consequences of his actions pic.twitter.com/qSccBbRyi2
— SIKAOFFICIAL🦍 (@SIKAOFFICIAL1) May 26, 2023
The man of God has not yet responded to the threats in the interim.