Asamoah Gyan, Sulley, Kotoko And NPP Needs Spiritual Deliverance-Rev. Kofi Adu

Soccer News of Monday, 13 July 2015

Source: Isaac Amoah Asare

General overseer of Faith ministry at Begoro in the Fanteakwa district of the eastern region, Rev. Daniel Kofi Adu has cautioned black star’s captain, Asamoah Gyan to desist from engaging in worldly activities since the devil has arranged series of troubles in his way. He has advised him to be careful of what he eats and drink as it is the people he trust who will work against him.

Rev. Kofi Adu however revealed the captain will be evangelist after his football career.

Concerning the opposition New Patriotic Party(NPP), Rev. Adu attributed their current challenges as pure managerial problem and advised them to find solution to it instead of always blaming the opposition all the time. He said God wants to lift them up but feared it would backfire if the blame game is not ceased. He called on leadership of the party to deal with the current disunity or looses the 2016 elections.

Rev. Kofi Adu also attributed Asante Kotoko’s current poor performance on promises which were not heeded to. According to the man of God, the team has failed to thank those who helped them to win matches despite earlier promises.

He also hinted on some problems expected to characterised the career of former Black star’s player Sulley Muntari and called on him to be more prayerful.