Founder of the Lord’s Parliament Chapel, Prophet Francis Amoako Atta, has advised Nana Agradaa now Evangelist Patricia Oduro Koranteng, to apologise to Reverend Owusu Bempah for her actions and to acknowledge him as father.
Prophet Amoako-Atta’s comment came in wake of curses Rev. Owusu Bempah rained on Nana Agradaa over actions he deemed offensive.
Nana Agradaa has been a critic of Reverend Bempah and has in one of her comments denounced him as a father—someone she looks up to.
But the Prophet Amoako-Atta spoke against it, admonishing Agradaa to rather be careful not to ruin her future by passing such comments, taking into consideration her hopes of becoming a noble minister of the gospel.
“If you want to sit in a chair one day, you don’t destroy it,” he said, adding “the kingdom is the kingdom of fathers. In the world, there are ex-boyfriends, ex-girlfriends, but there is no ex-mother nor ex-father” for which reason she should accord Reverend Owusu Bempah with the respect due him as a father and make amends with him.
The Prophet also noted that the practice of faith in Christendom is characterized by patience and delicateness in dealing with challenging issues, hence the use of aggression as may be applied in the traditional belief system is inapplicable.
“You may use aggression in traditional belief system, but in Christendom, it is not so. You can’t do that,” he said.