‘It was not God’ – some Chiefs were payed to drop Agyin Asare’s case – insider reveals


Nufialagah Mawufemor Kobla Nornyigbey, the spokesperson for Nogopko, has made serious allegations regarding the case between Archbishop Charles Agyinasare, the Founder and Leader of Perez Chapel International, and Nogopko.

According to the spokeswoman, following their arbitration meeting with the National Peace Council, some chiefs from Nogopko and some Traditional Areas in the Volta region were compromised.

Speaking on Maame Grace’s Revelations show, he claimed that some of the chiefs, if not all, had taken bribes and, as a result, dropped the case against the man of God.

According to Nufialagah Mawufemor Kobla Nornyigbey, he is making this disclosure because he does not want anyone to accuse him of bribery again, after receiving several calls accusing him of the same.

He then claimed that he had been offered bribes to drop the case, including one for $100,000, which he refused out of love for his people and respect for the gods.

According to the spokesperson, those chiefs and people who accepted the bribe to drop the case against Archbishop Argyinasare have no conscience.

Archbishop Charles Agyinasare described Nogopko as Ghana’s demonic headquarters during a sermon delivered at Perez Chapel International.

This irritated the Chiefs and people of Nogopko, prompting the man of God to apologize.

Regardless, the Nogopko chiefs and leadership gave the man of God 14 days to return to town and apologize or face the gods’ wrath.

However, Bishop Agyinasare has not gone there after 14 days, and nothing has happened to him.

In church, he even celebrated the fact that he had been cursed to die but was still alive and well.


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