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Osofo Kyiriabosom declares ‘Antoa Nyama’ powerless and useless

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The self-acclaimed Osofo Kyiriabosom, known in real life as Rev. Christian Kwabena Andrews, believes Ghanaians are too superstitious in unnecessary things they consider as gods.

According to him, there is no God apart from the Almighty God who made Heaven and Earth and Ghanaian must rather see that and consult him for everything.

The leader and founder of life Assembly Worship Center, who recently paid a visit to one of the most powerful popular river gods and shrine in the Ashanti Region, “Antoa Nyamaa” indicating that the shrine as many claims have been helpful when it comes to revenge-seeking is stupendous.

In a video exclusive to Ghanacrusader.com, the man of God is seen challenging the power of ‘Antoa Nyamaa’, as he walked through the shrine insulting some of the statues and crafted hand made objects believed to be gods having supernatural powers.

The acclaimed man of God and his fire TV crew, was heard in the video urging the camera men to be capturing some of the wooden structures including rivers flowing for viewers to see what he was doing.

According to the C.E.O of Fire TV, it’s about time Ghanaians, especially gospel believing Christians, stop wasting money on unnecessary things they consider as helpful.

“It is useless to follow such smaller gods as Christians, believe in your God who made the heavens and the Earth. “

Adding “who is antoa, is just water, and it is God who made it with his powers.”

“It’s about time Ghanaians especially Christians stop visiting useless site like this in order to avoid being deceived and cheated by unscrupulous people who claim they are spokesperson for such gods.”

Ghanacrusader.com would bring to its readers what happens afterwards whether Osofo Kyiriabosom, would be able to pull down the entire structures of “antoa” as he has been doing to others on his Fire TV channel.

Watch the video below…

Source: Ghana Crusader

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