Ghanaian actor and evangelist, Timothy Bentum has revealed the addictions he had to fight for seventeen years of his life.
The leader of Timothy Bentum Ministries speaking at the launch of this year’s Actors, Presenters, Professionals and Musicians For Christ (A.P.P.M.C) in Accra disclosed that he was addicted to drugs for seventeen years. According to him, he was enthusiastically devoted to the sniffing of cocaine for twelve years.
Mr. Bentum added that just when he was getting over his cocaine addiction, he developed love for the smoking of wee. He told the press which also had Zionfelix.net represented at the launch that he enjoyed smoking wee for five years of his life.
Timothy Bentum who said he has saved lives for Christ with his life story continued that the ways of actor Majid Michel and movie director Pascal Amanfo when they were in the world is worth listening to. To him, he believes God made them enjoy worldly things for a good purpose.
“12 years of cocaine addiction, five years of wee addiction, in all seventeen years of addictions to the devil. If you find out how much we have done for Satan, you will understand our passion to do this for God. We have spent many years doing things for the devil and this is the time we think we can marshal for Christ”. Timothy Bentum said.
Zionfelix.net gathers that his addictions began after taking his first jolt of cigarette when he was only 13 years.
Actors, Presenters, Professionals and Musicians For Christ (A.P.P.M.C) is a Timothy Bentum Ministries organised event put together to use celebrities with the Jesus Factor not only to win souls for Christ but also ride on their fame to mentor the youth to stay away from vices and addiction of the society.
The 2017 edition of the annual event comes off on Friday, December 8 at the Accra International Conference Center. Renowned personalities expected to share their touching stories at this year’s event include actors Majid Michel, Timothy Bentum and Martha Ankomah, movie director Pascal Amanfo, radio and TV presenter Jeremie Van-Garshong, Mrs. Gloria Bentum and many others.
Listen to Timothy Betum share his story below: