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Son of Apostle Sam Korankye Ankrah says he never wanted to be a pastor

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Son of Apostle General Sam Korankye-Ankrah has actually disclosed that as opposed to the expectation of people, he never ever set out to follow his dad’s profession as a pastor.

Paapa Korankye-Ankrah, a pastor at the Royal House Chapel International, stated the suggestion of going into ministry had no place in his profession plans when he was growing up.
“I wanted to make money. I knew I would end up in business somehow because I liked the sound of business when I was growing up…so I knew I would be a career man,” he informed Edem Knight-Tay, host of Joy FM’s Home Affairs.

He became part a three-person panel on the program who assisted to give perspective of views on the topic of parental influence.
“In fact I swore to myself I would never become a pastor,” he said.

According to him, his experiences of needing to manage very busy parents, paired with what he described as ‘pains and tears’ of his dad’s position, influenced his decision not to want to become a man of God.

” It didn’t look attractive,” he claimed.

Paapa Korankye-Ankrah stated how things began to take a different turn after his encounter at a camp conference in Canada, “where I completely met God for the first time.”
According to him, he started to get more associated with ministry because that experience.

He also revealed that though his parents never pressured him to follow their steps, their actions and also in-actions had an great influence on him.

The man of God claimed besides attending to him and his siblings sufficiently, they instilled in them the love of God.

He additionally recounted exactly how crucial it was for him to grow up with parents who practiced and showed in the house what they preached in church.

Source: Ghana Waves

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