FireMan Speaks On Social Distancing Defied Accusations
The Akyem Tafo based prophet who was accused of defying social distancing reacted on social media comments
Rev Amfo Asamoah popularly called Fireman, the leader and founder of the Miracle Redemption Christian Church International in the Akyem Abuakwa north of the Eastern Region who was recently accused of defying social distancing has finally reacted to social media comments claiming he was violated the state’s ban on large gathering and others saying he does that in the interest of church offering
According to FireMan, churches and mosques all over the country have largely complied with the directives of the president to ban public gathering.
Most of the churches over the month have held online service with others holding live service on radio and television station all because of the president Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo aim with all it’s measures to limit and stop the spread of the coronavirus covid-19, so why should I defies the president directives?
Along with the recent aggravated assault and improper backing infractions, fireman has notice some silly comments by some accusesers on social media claiming he has violated the state’s ban on large gathering and others saying he needed offering to survive.
I blame them not ,but the person who gave that erroneous information about me, I definitely know a good Christian will find it implausible
Fireman speaking to Ghananewsprime anchor Mr Stephen Adenyo said ” I don’t want to speak much on allegations and accusations but to advice those raising all sorts of insults on me to be mindful not to be misjudge, am a man of God and not a man of money, !!!! Stephen do you know I made donations to widows, widowers and orphans in this community in the erra of this coronavirus Worth over GHC 30,000.00 to 150 beneficiaries, so those talking about church offering has nothing better to say about me, said fireman.
” Am a man of God besides am a good citizen as well I am