The People of the Book Centre (PBC) branch of the Assemblies of God showcassed their acting talents as they turned Church premises into battle ground, protesting against their new head pastor.
The current Head Pastor of Assemblies of God, PBC Church, Rev. Opoku Ware is reportedly due retirement and the regional leadership has asked Rev. Amposah to pastor the church.
The church members however disapprove of the new pastor so decided to use today’s service hours to protest.
According to the angry church members, it became necessary to toe that line because their leadership(Regional) has imposed on them a pastor they do not want.
As reported by Daily Guide Network, the church which is stationed at Moshie Zongo in Kumasi are agitating because a certain Rev. Amposah has been asked by the regional leadership of the church to pastor the People of the Book Center (PBC) against their wish.
The PBC branch of the church believes that its associate pastor Rev. Kwabena Malik is the best person to lead them out of their current financial distress, so there is no need for a new pastor.
Per the reports by Ghanaweb and Daily Guide Network, the church members have been the ones catering for their pastors.
The members therefore do not want another pastor who would become another burden for them.
They argued that church is not in the best of financial standings hence the church members have to sponsor their pastors and families.
So, in an attempt to prevent extra expenses, the church through its let have tried to talk things over with the regional leadership but they remained adamant.
Their new pastor, as they have been hinted was to be introduced officially to them today, Sunday, January 25, 2021 but the church members launched a protest.
The angry church members arrived in their numbers and began to protest, chanting war songs.
To make sure nobody enters the church, they locked the main etrance and other exit points with 18 huge padlocks, and successfully disrupted today’s planned church service.
Souce: Daily Guide Network/ Ghanaweb