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DO NOT BLAME PASTORS FOR THE SPATE OF CRIMES IN THE COUNTRY ’– EASTWOOD ANABA





Popular Ghanaian renowned man of God, Rev. Eastwood Anaba has asked Ghanaians to desist from blaming the increasing rate of criminal activities on the churches and their pastors.

He emphatically indicated that one of the traditional functions of religion and Christianity for that matter is to keep people from wrongdoing.


But he also noted that those responsible for preventing the occurrence of crime in the country must be duly held accountable when they fail to perform their duties.

According to him, it is expected that a country such as Ghana with a huge Christian population, will have relatively be fewer crimes.


“So [people say] all these churches and pastors are there and there is crime in Ghana; are we BNI [Bureau of National Investigations].

Jesus was alive and during his crucifixion, there were two thieves; one to his right [and] one to the left…

"At the end of the month, my church pays me to preach [and] Government of Ghana pays somebody who works in BNI or the Security Services to take care of security [so] why are you blaming me for security issues?” he said during a recent submission.

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