Ghanaian gospel music trio, Daughters of Glorious Jesus has shared their views on the misunderstandings between some pastors in Ghana.
Recently, some Ghanaian prophets/pastors flouted the Bible quote from Romans 12: 18 which urge Christians to “live at peace with everyone.”
Following this development, the group made up of Edna Sarpong, Monica Owusu Ansah and Cynthia Appiadu, who appeared on the ‘Uncut Show’ with Zion Felix made a shocking revelation about pastors trading insults among themselves.
According to them, it is the strategy of Satan to bring disunity among some Christian leaders after failing to conquer some of their members.
They, therefore, advised Christians to be vigilant and pray fervently against the evil plans of Satan.
Following the numerous 31st December prophecies, leader and founder of the Alabaster International Ministries labelled prophets involved as jokers and liars who are making a mockery of God.
Prophet Oduro’s comment infuriated Prophet Salifu Amoako to react harshly.
In an interview with Zion Felix on the ‘Uncut Show’, Prophet Salifu Amoako said Prophet Oduro’s comment was influenced by alcohol.
“I’m sure he drinks akpeteshie, he’s a drunkard. I am sure, so he talks under the influence of alcohol.”
Watch Daughters of Glorious Jesus’ full interview with Zion Felix below.