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General News of Sunday, 28 January 2018

Source: www.ghanaweb.com

I don't have bodyguards - Agyinasare

Bishop Agyinasare claims his doors are always open to all at all times

Bishop Charles Agyinasare, presiding Bishop and Founder of Perez Chapel International has touted himself as one of the most approachable pastors in the country.

He boasted that he is accessible contrary to rumours that he had four bodyguards around him for protection.

He sounded surprised and wondered why such allegations would be levelled against him.

"Is that right?" he quizzed, So when you came, how did you get in? he continued in amazement.

The revered Bishop stressed that he was one few people in the country with office who people can meet at their request at any point in time.

"I think that I'm one of the few people you can go to their office same day and see and people are testament to that if I had bodyguards you couldn't come close," he retorted.

Contrary to the perception of people and pictures on social media suggesting he moves with at least a bodyguard, Presiding Bishop of Perez Chapel International debunked that but confessed to having aides around him who assist him in times of need.

"I don't have bodyguards. I have aides who help me. When we go into our meetings, people are falling, things are happening and there are people who help me so I have people who help me as my aides," he justified.



He was talking to Kwabena Kyenkyenhene Boateng on 21minutes with KKB, a talk show on Ghanaweb.

Bishop Agyinasare also stressed that he was a true prophet based on the guidelines provided in the scriptures.

He explained, "I think that the evidence is clear because there are qualifications of a 'Man of God'. I think if you look at the qualifications according to 1 Timothy chapter 3 from verse 1, you will see that I meet them."

Bishop Agyinasare will be marking his 35th anniversary in ministry with an annual crusade organised by the Perez Chapel International.

The crusade is a three-day festival of miracles at the Independence Square in Accra expected to be held from Tuesday 30th January to Friday 2nd February.

Bishop Agyinasare has urged all critics who have doubts or believers who want to be met at their point of need to be present at the three-day crusade to experience the power of God.

He added that just like what happened over the years, the event will offer people the chance to feel the healing power of Christ.

"A miracle itself is God's intervention in the affairs of men and at every point, everybody needs a miracle. If you have had a contract and one way or the other you are not able to accomplish it, you need God's divine intervention. If you are not getting children, you need God's intervention, like me, I had a drug problem, I needed God's divine intervention, somebody is sick, they have gone to the hospital and run all the test, doctors say the person has 6weeks or a month to live, that person needs a miracle" he reiterated.

"Japan, India, America, Bahrain, Pakistan, Dubai, Nigeria, Kenya all over the world and in Brazil and everywhere, the power of God has been the same. It saved sinners, healed the sick and caused miracles to happen," he stressed.

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