Archbishop Kwaku Frimpong Manso, the head of Reconciliation International in London, has revealed that he was prompted by God to select a suitable burial site for the deceased.
Archbishop Frimpong Manso told SVTV Africa’s DJ Nyaami that, unlike other Gif men who teach the word in churches, he does so during funerals.
“It’s a calling,” she says. I never slept in a room by myself when I was younger. God revealed to me when I joined the church in 1980 that I would not conduct predictions or anything like that, but that I would rather soothe people at funerals. “My band, the ‘born again band,’ has performed at a lot of funerals,” he explained.
During the peak of the pandemic, the Archbishop claims to have assisted in the burial of about 500 persons in the UK, most of them are Ghanaians.
During the conversation, he also discussed other topics such as LGBTQ rights and the fact that Ghanaian youth are the ones who get slain the most in Bristol, London.
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