“For us, we think that Atsu is an absolute angel, but if it is not in God’s eyes. What men approve of, God does not approve. If you belong to the world, the world welcomes you, but if you belong to God, thousands of angels support you,” she said.
Reacting to Nana Agrada’s statement, Diana Asamoah criticized ‘self-praising’ evangelists who were magical priests.
“You were an idolater. You noticed that it didn’t work. You have a deceitful nature and a habit of stealing and deceiving others. Can you say that the houses you build are from good sources? You built those houses with the money you cheated and stole from others. Be silent! I don’t want to go out, so shut up! This young life has been cut short and we are all in pain. she said.
she added”You were the one to die and not Atsu. It is impossible to say to God that we would benefit from Atsu’s existence because you had to die. Prisoners, orphans, in fact, the entire country benefited from him. But in your case, you also have a tendency to deceive the inmates. You can trick kids and steal their fees.
Fuming further on Angel FM, he said “You think because we are calm, we are afraid of you. After all, you did, God didn’t kill you and if you’re still walking free, God doesn’t want you to die of your sins. Repentance! And stop the practice of showing off your church. If you have truly accepted Christ, it should be reflected in your lifestyle. You think you’re the only mean one. If you have truly repented of idolatry and converted to the Christian faith, leave the holy life.”
Black Stars and former Chelsea and Newcastle United forward, Christian Atsu, was found dead on Saturday after an earthquake hit his apartment in Turkey.
His mortal remains arrived at the Kotaka International Airport on Sunday, February 19, 2023.
Ghana’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said the football player’s remains were accompanied from Turkey by his family and Ghana’s ambassador to Turkey, Francesca Ashitei-Oduntan.
The plane landed in Accra at 19:25 GMT where it was met by relatives, government officials and representatives of the Ghana Football Association.
The winger played 65 times for Ghana’s national team and helped his side reach the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations final.