By Lekan Macaulay:
There has been a growing concern over Reverend John Kujoh’s declaration of interest event on Monday, April 19th, 2021 when the clergyman offered attendees some bottles of liquor only to say that he was “God-sent”, thus, causing people to wonder if God could use alcohol to send a man on a deliverance mission.
Rev. John who is the Assistant Pastor of Assemblies of God Church, Nelson Mandela branch shocked the crowd of Unical Postgraduate Students who came to witness his interest declaration with their minds set on prayers or preaching only to see the Reverend distributing cartons of beer.
“John left great concerns on our minds, yesterday when we saw him offering beer to us instead of the holy message. We thought, as a pastor he said he is, he could do things differently. But to our greatest surprise, he still went the old way, thus, raising doubt over his pastoral calling,” one of the attendees who begged to be anonymous told MoonRayNews.
The declaration meeting which held in a beer parlour at Water Board, Ettaagbor, Calabar saw Rev. John who left school of theology to pursue a career in English at the university of Calabar and later an M.Ed in Arts Education stressing that he is a full time minister and teacher of the Gospel of Christ even with alcohol which he gave out instead of the scriptures.
This has left so much doubts on the calling of Rev. John as well as many questions on Assemblies of God church as some people are beginning to wonder if Rev. John were a genuine pastor or one of the many who disguise to be pastors.
Another backlash for Rev. John was his public assertion that he is a member of a political party which he would not disclose at the moment until after his emergence, a statement most attendees considered “clueless” to his ambition as the union guidelines does not permit political parties affiliation.