In a recent interview with Halifax on Okay FM, Diana Asamoah responded strongly to Cecilia Marfo’s accusations, asserting that it was not her fault that her church collapsed but rather Madam Marfo’s own fraudulent practices as a cleric.
Diana advised Cecilia Marfo to focus on genuine spiritual work and refrain from controversial actions, such as spitting in people’s mouths and employing unconventional methods in her ministry. She also urged the remaining members of Cecilia’s church to prioritize their safety, as the foundation of the church was not built on the teachings of Jesus Christ.
“She was relying on spitting in people’s mouths and using bread that had been smeared with sweat to run her church. If you don’t give God the necessary prestige He deserves, He will leave you to the world and you will be crying immensely; in fact, you will cry blood.
“With the 40 church members left, God has even favored her because if I knew, I wouldn’t have stopped criticizing her. This is a boot for boot, we are ready to stand for God,” she said.
Diana Asamoah continued: “Even when Jesus started his ministry, He had 120, then it reduced to 70 and finally He settled with 12 but He didn’t cry because He knew the word of God and was not surprised. Even with the 40 members, she might lose unless she changes her mind and sticks to the word of God.
“Who am I to collapse your church if you were doing the right thing? How can the Kennedy Agyapong do so? It is not about crying, if she wants her members to come back she should work according to the bible.”
Her salvos are hinged on a recent proclamation made by Cecilia Marfo when she said her congregation has reduced from 400 to 40.
The veteran gospel artist blamed Assin Central Member of Parliament (MP) Kennedy Agyapong and fellow gospel artiste Diana Asamoah for her church’s near collapse. In her words, because of their disagreements with her, several of her members have stopped attending her church.
Cecilia Marfo confessed in an emotional interview with JoyPrime TV on the Prime Morning program that she has forgiven people who have adversely damaged her ministry but thinks that God will eventually solve the matter.