Great Fire Pentecostal International Ministry denies allegation
A statement signed by Rev Samuel Owusu Ansah Owen, Head of Administration and copied to the Ghana News Agency in Accra, said the church carry its activities on a number of the television stations and other networks in the country for public viewing.
It warned that it would not hesitate to take legal action against persons and entities who continue to carry out the malicious falsehood.
‘By this publication we are serving notice to all persons and entities who have made it their plan to bring the good name of the church and its leader into public ridicule to desist from such publications.
‘We the leaders and church members wish to state finally that we are committed to our mission to bring ease into the lives of Ghanaians and the rest of the world through deliverance from ailments and other affliction in human lives and that under no circumstance should we undertake or indulge in any activity to aggravate or compound the problems of the people,’ the statement said.
The church has branches in Kumasi, Canada and South Africa.
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