The chiefs and elders of Nogokpo in the Volta Region and Archbishop Charles Agyinasare are currently engaged in a conflict, and gospel musician Sonnie Badu has intervened, imploring all groups to seek peace and understanding.
The Nogokpo community was reportedly referred to by Archbishop Agyinasare as the “demonic headquarters of the Volta Region” during a recent sermon, which sparked the issue.
Sonnie Badu responded by posting a comment on Facebook outlining his position on the situation.
Rev. Sonnie Badu thanked Bishop Agyinasare for his charitable work in the Volta Region while stating that he is not connected to Perez Chapel International. He emphasized the fact that his wife is from the area and their children have Ewe names, showing his love and appreciation for the community.
In response to the comments made by Archbishop Agyinasare, Badu said it was usual for communities to experience witchcraft or trouble brought on by enraged principalities.
He advised the Archbishop to think about establishing a school in Nogokpo as a show of affection and peace, saying that such a deed would be remembered for years to come.
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