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Counsellor Adofoli Reveals People Behind Apraku My Daughter’s Death

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Popular counsellor, Counsellor Edem Adofoli has revealed the main brains behind the death of Ghanaian man of God, Apraku My Daughter.

According to Counsellor Adofoli, Ghanaians killed Apraku with their attitudes and actions.

His comments come after the death of the man of God some days ago. Apraku My Daughter was confirmed dead after a very disturbing video of him being drunk hit the internet.

In his post, Counsellor Adofoli wrote;

“GOD DIDN’T KILL APRAKU MY DAUGHTER, WE DID
Written by Counselor Adofoli
I don’t know Apraku my daughter personally, never met him. Heard of him through the media. Learning from his story from start to finish, I have come to the conclusion that God didn’t kill him like what people are suggesting, I don’t believe he killed himself as the public is speculating.
I have come to a firm conclusion that we, Ghanaians, killed him, our actions killed him. Just take laughing at him, making mockery of him, pronouncing judgement and curses on him is enough to kill him. He is a Ghanaian, we are Ghanaians and that makes us a family. But what kind of family are we if we couldn’t look for our lost brother.

Despite the negative news about him, I believe he was born a good person just as any of us were. He had good intentions, started well and might have lost his way along his journey.
He is not alone, there are many brothers and sisters who lost their way day in and day out but sadly we don’t look out for them. Be it a blood relation, be it Christians, be it Ghanaians as a whole.
We hardly reach out to our lost brothers and sisters. This is because we are quick to judge people and slow to forgive them, yet we are not saints. We condemn people without listening to them. If by any chance someone mistaken you for a thief in Ghana, no one will care to find out the truth before meting out to you what they call justice. What kind of justice does not follow the rule of law?

I have come to believe what we call instant justice is rather instant killing. We have lost great country men to this illness of ours. One example is Major Mahama of blessed memory.
In the same vein when someone takes you to the public, be it the street, market or media as an evil person, no one cares to find out the truth before pronouncing judgment. On a daily basis we kill innocent persons with our ill actions.
God gave us a family to take care of us and be there for them. God gave us brothers and sisters to pick us up when we fall, to hold on to us till we can stand on our feet, but unfortunately, we do the opposite.

Every child experienced this cycle during their childhood but what lesson do we learn from that? If for nothing, we all know that none of us is perfect and none of us is an island. It’s hard for a brother or sister in need to reach out for help.
We are interested in what happens to others but we don’t care about them. It was heart breaking to hear from the family of Bishop Bernard Nyarko that, before his demise, he didn’t want anyone to come closer all because people will take pictures of his condition and then make him a laughing stock of the society.

It seems we enjoy the downfall of our own and make mockery of them. I was shocked when pictures of former Boss of UT Bank, Prince Kofi Amoabeng popped up on the internet and people were laughing at him because he was broke. How mean can we be.
We are teaching others to isolate, telling them it is better to be alone than to belong to a big family. We are just insensitive. Our existence is to be felt. God blesses us to be a blessing to others, He forgives us so we can forgive others, He never gives up on us so we won’t give up on others.
There is a lot of anger out there because we are slow to listen to others but quick to speak. Today, look out for someone out there. If we fail to be there for our brothers and sisters, we should not expect God to be there for us. Our actions can give life to them or take their lives.
In conclusion, “

“The one who blesses others is abundantly blessed; those who help other

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Rev OB of MOGPA has been working secretly with a fetish priest – Kennedy Agyapong reveals

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Kennedy Agyapong of Assin Central parliamentary seat fame is not losing focus and sight on his campaign against fake pastors in Ghana.

After picking on Obinim, Badu Kobi, Pastor Love and many other men of God in Ghana on his NET2TV, Kennedy Ohene Agyapong has located the founder and general overseer of Moments of Glory Prayer Army (MOGPA), Rev Isaac Osei-Bonsu popularly known as Rev O.B.

According to Kennedy Agyapong, Rev O.B is taking advantage if his uncountable membership by selling wrist bands and handkerchiefs.

Kennedy Agyapong believes with no doubt that those items have no spiritual power and people are being scammed and robbed of their monies.

Kennedy further alleges that he knows some fetish priest who has secret dealings with the leader of MOGPA, Rev OB and he will stop at nothing to expose him for the whole world to see.

 

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Today In History: Exactly 41 Years Ago Today, The June 4th Uprising Occurred

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Exactly 41 years ago on June 4th, 1979, Ghana’s history was to be changed forever as a massive revolution occurred, freeing Jerry John Rawlings from a death sentence and changing the dynamics of Ghanaian politics quite significantly.

Earlier on May 15th, 1979, Rawlings had led a group of junior army officers in an attempted overthrow of the government of the Supreme Military Council led by General FWK Akuffo.

Rawlings and his co-conspirators were arrested and imprisoned after their mutiny was quashed through the very instrumental efforts of the army commander, Major-General Odartey Wellington.

What was supposed to be a trial of Rawlings turned into a counter trial, after he (Rawlings) accused the government of massive corruption, insensitivity, and greed, thereby winning the hearts and minds of the junior soldiers and the populace, who were fed up with the bad governance.

On the night of June 3, 1979, a group of junior officers including Major Boakye Djan and enlisted personnel of the Fifth Battalion and the Reconnaissance Regiment in Burma Camp staged a bloody coup and freed Rawlings.

This uprising was again nearly quashed by the fine army commander, Major-General Odartey Wellington, who with his ADC alone, entered an armored car and exchanged fire with the mutineers for three continuous hours.

When he ran out of cartridges, he dashed to the Nima Police Station to surrender. Unfortunately, he was killed on the spot by military officers immediately he came out of the armored truck, marking the actual beginning of the uprising.

After the incident, all military installations were searched and senior military officers who were on the side of the Supreme Military Council (SMC II) were killed. It was on the same day that Col. Aninful, the president of the military tribunal that tried Rawlings and the junior officers on 15th May was killed. His wife and children who were also in the same room were shot. Many sympathizers of the previous government fled the country to seek asylum elsewhere.

The soldiers also rounded up three former heads of state; General F. K Akuffo, Ignatious Kutu Acheampong, and Afrifa for trial. They were subsequently executed by firing squad.

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Rev. Obofuor sued over GHC190,000 debt

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Founder and leader of Anointed Chapel Palace, Rev. Kweku Agyei Antwi (Rev. Obofuor) has been sued by a Ghanaian UK-based business man, Ohene Kwame Frimpong.

In a suit filed by Charles Frimpong through his lawyers, Awoonor Law Consultancy, Ohene Kwame Frimpong who is the owner of Salt Media GH claimed that the defendant, Rev. Obofuor had failed to pay him for services he rendered after agreements between them.

Mr Frimpong, according to the writ met the defendant through one of his employees who later informed him that the Plaintiff wanted to purchase a power plant for his use.

The Plaintiff stated he delivered the Power Plant worth GHC70,000 to the defendant together with his cousin at the defendant’s church in Achimota, Accra.

It went on further to explain that, after an assessment on the power plants, the defendant requested of the plaintiff to deliver another equipment at the same cost taking the total sum owed the plaintiff to GHC140,000.

Frimpong averred that the defendant later requested to be supplied a transmitter at a cost of GHS 90,000 but paid GHC40,000 as part of the cost, leaving a balance of GHC50,000.

However, all efforts to retrieve the rest of the money proved futile as the defendant denied transacting business with the Plaintiff, to the shock of Frimpong.

The Plaintiff is therefore praying to the Accra High Court to assist him in retrieving GHS 190,000 owed him by the defendant, Rev. Obofuor.

 

Source: www.ghanaweb.com


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