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Audio Attachment:Editor-in-Chief of the “New Crusading Guide”, Malik Kweku Baako Jnr, believes Prophet T.B Joshua is seeking to advertise his spiritual prowess by uploading his taped conversation with Sellas Tetteh on Youtube.

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The Editor-in-Chief of the “New Crusading Guide”, Malik Kweku Baako Jnr, says celebrated Nigerian leader of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), Prophet T.B Joshua, is “seeking to advertise his spiritual prowess” by uploading a taped video conversation with Coach Sellas Tetteh, on the internet.

According to him, Prophet Joshua’s action clearly “distorts his spirituality.”

“What happened to the creative minds of preparation and the commitment Randy Abbey spoke of…what the Pastor is doing is seeking to advertise himself...this is a Pastor who is seeking to advertise his prowess, that’s all…ask yourself why this is on the net (internet)…it’s purely business and distorts his spirituality,” he said during a panel discussion on PEACEFM’s “Kokrokoo”.

Mr. Baako’s outburst had to do with a nine and a half minute footage on YouTube, a video sharing website, where Prophet Joshua is clearly seen and heard, issuing out directives to Coach Sellas Tetteh and later praying with the team, on phone.

The New Crusading Guide Editor-in-Chief, who stopped short of ridiculing the man of God, however, underscored the need not to allow the issue to overly engage the attention of Ghanaians.

“It is just comic relief….something that we should laugh over and let it rest…this is comedy,” he stated.

Source: Kwadwo Asante/Peacefmonline

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