Musama Church has no ties with any political party –Akaboha

Prophet Moknajeeba Fiifi Jehu-Appiah, Akaboha IV, General Head of the Musama Disco Christo Church (MDCC), has dismissed the labelling of the church’s hierarchy as sympathisers of the New Patriotic Party as the activity of miscreants.

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Prophet Moknajeeba Fiifi Jehu-Appiah, Akaboha IV, General Head of the Musama Disco Christo Church
Prophet Moknajeeba Fiifi Jehu-Appiah, Akaboha IV, General Head of the Musama Disco Christo Church

He said the MDCC is purely a non- political entity, and those spreading such rumours, aim at achieving cheap political point to serve their parochial interests.

Prophet Moknajeeba Fiifi Jehu-Appiah, Akaboha IV, General Head of the Musama Disco Christo Church
Prophet Moknajeeba Fiifi Jehu-Appiah, Akaboha IV, General Head of the Musama Disco Christo Church
He made this known during an interaction with journalists after he delivered a welcoming address at the opening of a two-week Peace Festival Celebration at Mozano in the Gomoa West District of the Central Region.

The theme for the Festival is: “Drinking Water from the Rain of Heaven.”

He said members of the Church have the liberty to join the political parties of their choice and the options are not compulsory as being peddled by the disgruntled people.

Prophet Jehu-Appiah cautioned people spreading such falsehood message to stop the practice, since it would not help them to achieve their aims and objectives.

He said: “In our time leadership of the church has come up against fierce and hostile people who are doing all they can to distract us.”

Prophet Jehu-Appiah asked members not let this to consume their time, because there is much meaningful and significant work ahead of them if Musama is to reach the next level revealed to them in prophecies of Prophet Jemisimham Jehu-Appiah, Akaboha I and Founder of MDCC.

On 2016 elections, the Head Prophet of MDCC asked the members to desist from acts that could spark off violence before, during, and after the polls to ensure peace and stability.

He said Ghanaians are expecting peaceful and credible elections, adding that anything that would disturb the election would affect the development of the nation.

Reverend Isaac Kwesi Begyinah, General Secretary of the MDCC said this year’s peace festival is unique in essence that the Church had gone through turbulence for more than 13 years through litigation but the Supreme Court finally gave a verdict in favour of the church.

He said the top hierarchy of the Church is not comfortable with the development with regard to the breakaway members who are using the premises of the church as their worshipping places.

The General Secretary said the doors of the MDCC is widely open for the breakaway members to come back but failure to comply the MDCC would be compelled to institute legal action to retrieve all properties being used by them.

Source: GNA/News Ghana

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