He said the actions of some employees at the Flagstaff House have convinced him that he is right about his decision to boycott church.
Throwing more light on his decision to boycott church, Ken Agyapong said a reverend who worked at the Flagstaff House for just three months, dubiously acquired a government vehicle through a change of name.
Mr. Agyapong who failed to name the particular government official wondered why a Reverend Minister who was supposed to advise others to do the right things, could involve in such a practice.
“The reason I don’t go to church is that some workers at flagstaff house are just hypocrites. You see this Reverend who used to be a deputy transport officer at the Flagstaff house, he did bad things”, Mr Kennedy Agyapong said on Accra-based radio Station, Oman FM.
“The word is ‘reverend’! He was changing ownerships of cars all over; check the documents. He worked for only three months. When he is arrested I will get more information”, he added.
“But my brother when you look, it is because of people like this that’s why I don’t go to church”, the controversial NPP MP for Assin Central said.
The outspoken lawmaker, it will be recalled, had described pastors as “fake Men of God who hide under Christianity, to dupe people” and warned that they risk incurring the wrath of God if they failed to reform from their criminal ways.
Kennedy Agyapong, however acknowledged the existence of good men of God who are diligently working for the truth. Read Full Story