Agyinasare is a Slay King pastor who wants to trend – Maurice Ampaw.

Showbiz Lawyer, Maurice Ampaw has labeled Rev AgyinAsare, a “slay king pastor” that wants to trend. According to the outspoken lawyer, the pastor’s recent comments are merely a gimmick to trend on social media.

He was speaking on his Mmra Ne Abrabo Mu Nsem show when he made the following statement.

“Agyinasare wants to trend so he has made himself like a slay king pastor, that is what I call him, he is interested in beef”

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Maurice Ampaw expressed his disappointment in the pastor for jubilating over the expiration of the 14-day ultimatum given him by the chiefs of Nogokpo considering the pastor’s level of spiritual maturity.

“I am worried and confused because this is a well-respected man of God who began this ministry and began healing the sick more than 30 years ago…one of your statements made the entire community of Nogokpo unhappy, they invited you to a meeting you didn’t attend, they will not be happy.”

According to the lawyer, It is pointless for AgyinAsare to jubilate because the chiefs and elders didn’t threaten to kill him with their gods. They only invited the pastor because of the remarks he made about Nogokpo being the headquarters for witches leaves a dent on their image, especially at a time they are trying to promote tourism.

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“but I didn’t see them threatening you with their gods, I didn’t see them challenging you to die, I didn’t see them challenging you to disappear…there was no display of the devil or the God that you serve … Peace Council has come in to make peace and at the end of the day, nobody is expecting Nogokpo to punish Agyinasare to die,” he said.


A 14-day ultimatum the chiefs of Nogokpo gave for Agyinasare to appear before them over his “Nogokpo is the demonic headquarters of the Volta Region” statement, expired on Friday, June 16, 2023.
The spokesperson of Nogopko, Nufialagah Mawufemor Kobla Nornyigbey, said that the chiefs and elders of Nogokpo were to meet to determine the next set of actions to take against the archbishop.