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Video: Violence Erupts as Owusu Bempah’s junior pastor Apologizes to Agradaa

violence erupts as owusu bempah's junior pastor apologizes to agradaa

Owusu Bempah and Agradaa

Owusu Bempah’s junior pastor Apology Met with Outrage and Violence

Chaos erupted during the church service on Sunday, June 11, 2023, at Heaven Way Champion Ministries International, owned by Evangelist Patricia Oduro Koranteng, popularly known as Nana Agradaa.

In the midst of the service, Manasseh De Game Changer, a junior pastor of Reverend Isaac Owusu Bempah, was called to the front of the congregation.

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Manasseh, who had engaged in a social media dispute with Agradaa and made various allegations against her, attempted to apologize to the former fetish priestess-turned-evangelist. However, his gesture of reconciliation was met with anger from members of the congregation and some of Agradaa’s junior pastors.

One of the junior pastors, named Gye Me So, charged towards Manasseh on three occasions, physically assaulting him. These violent incidents caused a temporary disruption in the service, prompting Agradaa to intervene and urge her church members and junior pastors to cease the fighting.

Once tranquility was restored, Manasseh finally offered a heartfelt apology to Agradaa for his numerous allegations, including the unfounded claim that she had killed and buried her own child in the foundation of her church building. Agradaa responded by acknowledging the apology but made it clear that she could not establish a friendship with Manasseh, welcome him to her church, or provide him with financial support, as she had done in the past. Watch video below:



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