Outspoken Ghanaian spiritualist Kwabena Asiamah better known as Ajagurajah has expressed his view on Archbishop Charles Agyinasare’s remarks about Nogokpo being demonic headquarters during one of his sermons.
The founder and leader of Perez Chapel International has faced criticism for his sermon .
Speaking as a special guest on UTV’s ‘United Showbiz’ show, Ajagurajah stated that “you don’t poke the devil. You don’t wake up a sleeping bear. If you wake it up now, you will need to deal with the consequences. Everyone has their own beliefs.”
He also mentioned that he did not think Agyinasare had intended any harm with his statement and that mentioning Nogokpo can create fear because it is associated with a powerful deity.
Ajagurajah suggested that the focus on Agyinasare might be due to his reputation and influence, making him a convenient scapegoat for the people of Nogokpo.
Ajagurajah further explained the unique spiritual practices at Nogokpo, emphasising that regardless of a person’s faith in Jesus, once the gods at Nogokpo are provoked, certain rituals must be performed to appease them.
He stated that visiting Nogokpo requires respect for the town’s traditional rituals, regardless of one’s religious beliefs. Failure to do so may be seen as disrespectful to the gods worshiped at Nogokpo.