Kennedy Agyapong Slams Ghanaian Slams

Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Honorable Kennedy Agyapong has banged Ghanaian Christians, drawing a huge number as emptyheaded who prefers going to church to speak in tongues than to use the brain God put in their heads.

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According to the controversial MP, those brainless Christians is holding back Ghana’s development since we are not employing our full potential.

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However, it is clear to all of us that Ghanaians are possessed with religion to an unreasonable level, and it is something many people have been gushing about it all the time.

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Speaking in a live interview on the issue, Kennedy Agyapong stated that God gave us a brain for a reason and we have to use it rather than wasting it in church.

“How can we develop when we spend most of the time in churches praying?” Agyapong questioned.

“God gave you the brain to think, protect yourself and work to feed yourself but every day you are in the church praying in tongues, how can you develop with such a mentality”, he wondered.

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Analyzing Mr. Agyapong’s question, it’s a great question, which we should all answer since many non-religious nations who utilize their brains in Western Europe seems to be developing quite well.


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