“I love you and respect your oil” – Apostle Enoch Boateng tells Pastor Brian Amoateng

The founder of Brian Jones Outreach Ministries, Pastor Brian Amoateng has lashed out at people expecting relief materials from the church in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic crippling activities in most countries around the world.

Reacting to a call for mega churches to provide at least free hand sanitizers for its poor members, Pastor Amoateng stated that it is not the responsibility of the church to provide relief materials.

Immediately after he said that in his facebook live video, it went viral and some Ghanaian celebrities took to social media to express their disappointment at Pastor Brian Amoateng for what they described as insensitive comments.

According to Apostle Enoch Boateng Jnr, the head pastor of Victory Embassy Chapel International, Accra and the CEO of AG Media House and Ravatech Solutions, it is good Pastor Brian came out to render an apology to Ghanaians for the comments he made in his live video.

“It takes maturity and humility to accept a mistake and to sincerely apologize. I think we must respect Ps. Brian Amoateng for this and above all we should consider the good things that people stand for and protect and defend them when necessary…”

He added that, He is very sorry for all the bashing and lashing from some Ghanaians. Pastor Brian should keep his head up and be focused and move on for God is on his side.

“Keep on being a blessing for eternal rewards. I love you and respect your oil. Your impact and sacrifices for the many youth of Ghana and the world at large hasn’t been forgotten and if God hasn’t condemned you, who is a man to do so?”

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