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US-based pastor: I was rejected in Ghana because l Couldn't read and write.

I was turned down for a job in Ghana because I couldn't read and write - a pastor from the United States.

One of the most important ministers of God in America has revealed how he was rejected in Ghana and then told that he couldn't start a church because he couldn't read and write in his native language.

Apostle Bismark Akomeah is the founder and head of the Jesus Power Assembly of God. He was born in Ghana and raised in Nigeria. A 20-year-old church in the city of Columbus in the United States.

The Assembly of God fraternity in America named his church the Most Influential Church in America for the year 2021, and he was honored with the title.

According to the man of God, in an interview with Ntiamoah Williams, he recounted his modest origins, including how he was turned down for a church in Ghana when he attempted to start one owing to his inability to read and write.

According to the man of God, he was on the verge of experiencing the same tragedy in the United States, but God's grace was with him.


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