Ghanaian pastor slams Ghanaians over massive turnout at Pastor Jerry Eze’s recent crusade in Ghana (video)

A Ghanaian pastor, Bishop Sam Owusu, has expressed his disappointment with his fellow countrymen for massively attending the recent crusade led by popular Nigerian clergyman, Pastor Jerry Eze.

This comes after Pastor Jerry Eze, the founder of Streams of Joy International, organized a program at the Ghana International Trade Fair Centre, near Africa Lake in Accra, Ghana, on Saturday, February 24th. The program drew over 80,000 attendees.

Clearly displeased by this, Bishop Owusu criticized Ghanaians during his sermon for showing more support to foreigners than their own people.

He expressed surprise at the huge turnout and accused Ghanaians of undervaluing Ghanaian pastors.

He also asserted that Nigerians would never turn out in that number if a Ghanaian pastor were to hold a crusade in Nigeria.

The video has sparked mixed reactions on social media, with many expressing outrage at the Ghanaian pastor’s statement.

Read some comments below,

@iama_blessedchild wrote, “But is it a competition?. Is it not the same God /salvation that you all are preaching about? Why not support one another as one body under God? It is not clear that some of you are for the profits and not for winning souls for Christ. It is well, shall 🤷‍♀️🤔”

@realsylviee wrote, “Preach God sir and leave envy and resentment for the world, read your bible very well…Matt 6:33,seek God first and all other things will follow you 🙏 🙌 ✨️”

@tonbee_official wrote, “But I thought it’s about promoting the gospel of Christ. Why the hate?”

wrote, “He’s preaching hate & division. The has derailed from the essence of the gospel. It isn’t about nations or country, but the salvation of souls as fellow members of the body of Christ. May God give him understanding”

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