“Corruption, Homosexuality Have Taken Over Liberia” – Evangelist Prince Johnson Delivering Sunday Sermon Declares

Evangelist Prince Y. Johnson

Delivering his regular Sunday, May 3, 2020, sermon via local radio stations  said corruption and homosexuality nowadays have taken over the growth and development of Liberia; Gay and lesbian are found in many of our ministries and agencies, and further urged Liberians to stop what he called ‘Illegal Sex’.

The Nimba County Senator who is also the founder of the Chapel of Faith Ministry during his live radio sermon told his congregation to come closer to God, noting that the world is coming to an end, “Those who say I am a criminal, praise be to God for serving him as my Lord and Savior, he knows me, and I will serve him as well; the God who used me to protect Liberia will always protect me,” Evangelist Prince Johnson said.

Evangelist Johnson preaching to his congregation also blamed the backwardness of Liberia to current and previous leaders who he said refused to redeem Liberia from what he called a shantytown, and continue to boast of the rapid growth and development of other countries that were lacking behind for development.

He also blasted on government for ordering closure of churches, and allowing entertainment centers to partially open their doors to the public, “This is a disservice to God,” amid applaud from his congregation via live radio said.

He said God will use President George Weah during his reign to punish Liberia, since we have refused to allow God take the leadership of this country, “Let President Weah Punish Liberia for their refusal to listen,” the Nimba County Senator  turned Evangelist noted.

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