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Extreme Usage Of Freedom Of Expression? Wanlov Tells Man Of God: “…Get A F*****g Job”   
 
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05-Feb-2014  
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The Holy Scriptures say in 1 Chronicles 16:22 that “Touch not my anointed: and do no evil to my prophets”.

But despite this “warning” from the Holy Bible, one of the country’s most controversial lyricist and a member of the group known as FOKN Bois, Wanlov The Kubolor, has launched a rather scathing attack on the General Overseer of the Action Chapel International (ACI), Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams.

Wanlov, who seems to doubt the man of God’s motive to command the cedis to rise up, suggested that Duncan must find an alternative job to do rather than being a cleric.

Since the media made public the revered Man of God’s spirit-filled prayer, many have politicized his prayers. Some have labeled the Archbishop’s prayer as a “comic relief”.

In response to such deleterious remarks, the respected ACI General Overseer called on Ghanaians to cease politicising issues concerning the fall of the cedi and rather concentrate on contributing their quota to stabilising the depreciating currency.

He further stated that his prayer for God to "spiritually arrest" depreciating value of the local currency is from the wisdom of God but not from the knowledge of men, adding that he spoke and acted from the "scriptural perspective".

The Archbishop on Sunday led his congregation to pray for God to halt the free fall of the cedi against the US dollar, the British pound sterling as well as other major trading currencies.

According to him: "If we ignore the God factor because of logic or philosophy or knowledge, we are limited; we are restricted and it's suicidal because, knowledge can only be acquired by going to school but wisdom is the product of the fear of God; nobody can have wisdom without the fear of God."

His clarification nonetheless, Wanlov, not one to shy away from controversy, posted on his Facebook wall what can best pass for a sacrilegious billboard of Jesus Christ making an obscene gesture with an extended middle finger. As if that was not blasphemous enough, the offensive billboard has the following disrespectful quote“Hey Pastor, give everyone their money now and get a fucking job! Love Jesus”, which the musician claims to be directed at the Archbishop.

Ok now, am settled in Copenhagen… Inshallah...Mohammed said in the dream that those who want to kill me are right because I am a non-believer, but he also said I have a right to also kill all believers who commit haram because we are all the same...only the Holy can stone...Allahuakbar...oh by the way...the pic is for Duncan Williams,” he said.

 
 
Source: King Edward Ambrose Washman Addo/ Peacefmonline.com/Ghana
 
 

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