Archbishop Charles Agyinasare, the founder and leader of Perez Chapel International, has addressed the 14-day ultimatum and curses directed towards him by the chiefs and leaders of Nogokpo town.
He confidently stated that he remains alive and well, asserting that he cannot be cursed or defiled as a child of God.
Speaking to his congregation, Archbishop Agyinasare emphasized that he will neither meet the demands of the chiefs and people of Nogokpo nor bear the consequences of their actions.
He referred to Numbers 23:8 in the Bible, highlighting that if God has not cursed or defiled him, no earthly curse or defilement can harm him. He shared his belief that when curses are invoked against him, they inadvertently bring blessings, protection, and favor.
Archbishop Agyinasare recounted the incident where the chiefs and people of Nogokpo poured libations and set a 14-day ultimatum for him to respond to their demands, vowing that their actions would not affect his well-being. He used himself as an example, stating that despite the public challenge against him, he remains alive and thriving more than 60 days later.
He firmly asserted that he is not departing yet and has a purpose to fulfill in healing, empowering, and teaching. He expressed his readiness to confront challenges, as he believes that fighting for one’s faith is a characteristic of a true Christian.
Referencing the teachings of the Bible, Archbishop Agyinasare emphasized his willingness to engage in a good fight for his faith, citing the biblical notion that the kingdom of God suffers violence and the violent take it by force.
In the background, the Chiefs and people of Nogokpo had given Archbishop Charles Agyinasare a 14-day ultimatum to address his remarks categorizing the town as a stronghold of demons. The town’s leaders demanded an apology for his statement, threatening further action if he failed to comply.
While Archbishop Agyinasare acknowledged his words were misinterpreted and unintended, he did not meet the chiefs’ ultimatum. He defended his stance as a child of God and maintained that his faith would sustain him through any challenges or curses.