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"Wired man-of-God" wanted by Ghana police

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Greensboro native
2007-07-29 02:27:58
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what a shame

I live in Greensboro, NC. and is very familiar with Pastor Gyamfi. From your article I conclude you bear a personal grudge against this man. I am not one of the 12 membbers but believe this is a man of God that a few people in this city have been trying to destroy. this man is one of the few pastors who willingly dedicate children of nonmembers and is available to every single Ghanaian in terms of prayers, support, advise, fasting , delegations etc. regardless of the day or time and without asking you to "make an offering". Even The Church of Pentecoast will not perform those services to a nonmember. You ought to be ashamed of yourself for such a commentary. If he chooses not to work and his wife is working what has that got to do with you? Do u pay their bills? If he was smoking marijuana as a child, so what? I go to an american baptist church and my pastor had his first encounter with God while in jail----so what is the big deal about Gyamfi smoking? People like u are those that cause others to stress themselves and end up with illnesses like heart attacks and strokes. May God forgive your destructive self and help you find something better and profitable to do with your time. My family and l have decided to start going to Gyamfi"S church, so the number is going to increase from your so-called 12 to 20. Remeber that in your next commentary. And please get a job or a wife--l think u are interested in the so called "mamaa serwa"--check her out, she might be single.

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07-24 16:48
response to "what a mess"
Greensboro native
07-29 02:27