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Religion of Friday, 16 October 2015


Judicial scandal: SCOAN sympathizes with Ajet Nasam

Justice John Ajet Nasam Justice John Ajet Nasam

Leaders of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) have mounted a strong defense for the Church’s inaction on the judicial corruption scandal involving one of its members.

Justice Ajet Nasam, who is an active member of the church founded by Prophet T. B Joshua, is one of several judges suspended for taking bribes.

The church, has however, been quiet since the scandal broke.

Commenting on the development for the first time, leader of the SCOAN in Ghana Samuel Kwame Sackey told the media in Accra that the disgraced judge is just as fallible as any other human being.

“Human beings as we are, no one is perfect that is why we attend churches. We are being preached to do the right thing but somewhere along the line, you fall.

“He (Ajet) is an individual member, and I can’t speak on his behalf. It’s not as if the church doesn’t see anything wrong with what has happened; the church teaches people to do the right thing,” he stated.

Meanwhile, the Church Thursday donated three pickup vehicles, 20 motorbikes and 100 pieces of reflector jackets to the Ghana Police Service.

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