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“Any pastor claiming to have power does not actually have it” – Nicholas Omane Acheampong points out

Ghanaian gospel artiste whose song became viral some years back because of its catchy storyline, Nicholas Omane Acheampong, has pointed…

“Any pastor claiming to have power does not actually have it” – Nicholas Omane Acheampong points out

Ghanaian gospel artiste whose song became viral some years back because of its catchy storyline, Nicholas Omane Acheampong, has pointed out the clues one must look out for to identify a fake pastor.

The ‘Aposor’ hitmaker in an interview with Anita Kuma on Luv FM’s Showbiz Extra Show, said Jesus Christs never made his miracles a public broadcast unlike some pastors of today which is the first clue.

"Any pastor claiming to have power does not actually have it" - Nicholas Omane Acheampong points out
Nicholas Omane-Acheampong

“Those pastors who boast should exhibit their power by visiting the various hospitals and morgues in the country, to cure the patients or raise the dead,” he said.

Nicholas Omane Acheampong, who doubles an Evangelist admitted to the fact that there are good pastors in the country likewise the quack ones.

He advised that any pastor who boasts of having the power to perform any miracle is not real, which is the second clue.

“Jesus Christ was so powerful to the extent that he was able to raise the dead, yet he never told his disciples till it happened. These men of God want to tell the public they have power by saying, ‘oh I can do this, I can do that,” he pointed out.

“I’m not in a position to condemn any pastor but anyone claiming he has power doesn’t have it. We don’t speak power. Power must be exhibited,” he stressed.

Nicholas Omane Acheampong is popular for some gospel tunes like Aposor, Mahashala, Zaphaneth Paneah, and with over 20 albums.

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