An evangelist associated with the church of Pentecost Prophet Kofi Amponsah has descended heavily on the leadership of the church over their stands on prophesies.
According to the leader of House of Ezra Prayer Centre, the recent past and present leadership of the church are too skeptical of prophesies.
He also accused the leadership of the church of being interested in money than the welfare of their members.
Addressing his congregation in a video gone viral, a visibly angry Prophet Amponsah invoked curses on the leadership of the church, saying they will face paralysis until they begin to think right about prophesies.
“The leadership of the church is sick, they are weak. No wonder Apostle Ntumi (former chairman) is in a wheel chair after his service, Apostle Opoku Onyinah (current chairman) will also be in a wheel chair if they don’t change. There were prophesies before they became leaders of the church, now they claim they don’t believe in prophesies; that is nonsense…all the church asks about money, they keep asking about the tithes and how small it was, they have no gift, none of them can preach as I do. I am warning them they must change. The church of Pentecost came from the heavens,” he said.
Meanwhile, the church has in a statement warned its members to stay away from the preacher and his prayer camp.
“The Church of Pentecost has with immediate effect severed all ties with Kofi Amponsah, the leader of House of Ezra Prayer Centre at Aboaso, near Kumasi in the Ashanti Region.
“The Church has, therefore, cautioned its teeming members, officers, serving and retired ministers to stop patronising any prayer meeting organised by the man and his prayer centre, or do so at their own risk,” the statement said.
It added: “It was also observed that he had unwarrantedly and distastefully made pronouncements against the Assemblies of God Church, as a result of some recent deaths in the church which are of serious concerns. These negative developments, the leadership of the Church believes, have the potential of straining the cordial relations between The Church of Pentecost and other sister churches”.