“Dear Elders of Nogokpo”- Dr Sonnie Badu writes

Gospel Musician Sonnie Badu Speaks Out on Arch Bishop Agyin Asare and Nogokpo Saga

In the midst of the ongoing controversy surrounding Arch Bishop Agyin Asare and the town of Nogokpo, renowned gospel musician and pastor Sonnie Badu has expressed his opinion on the matter. Taking to social media, Sonnie Badu shared his thoughts on the issue in a heartfelt message.

Addressing the elders of Nogokpo, Sonnie Badu extended his greetings and conveyed his peace. He clarified that he is not a member of Perez Dome and that he hasn’t had any recent conversations with Bishop Agyin Asare, nor has he been asked to speak on his behalf. However, he felt compelled to share his perspective on the situation.

Sonnie Badu acknowledged that Bishop Agyin Asare had provided a detailed explanation of the events, showing his love and appreciation for the Volta region through his marriage and naming of his children. He emphasized that Bishop’s sermon was not something strange or unfamiliar, as every town has its own spiritual beliefs and practices.

Referring to the recent incident involving the bursting of tires, Sonnie Badu attributed it to spiritual factors rather than physical ones, understanding the underlying spiritual implications. He also highlighted Bishop Agyin Asare’s philanthropic work in the Volta region, which has often gone unnoticed by the public.

In conclusion, Sonnie Badu called for peace, love, and respect to prevail in the midst of the controversy. He suggested the idea of building a school in Nogokpo as a gesture of love and unity, recognizing the power of such an act in shaping the narrative for future generations. Sonnie Badu expressed his admiration for Bishop Agyin Asare and conveyed his love and appreciation for the people of Nogokpo.

Dear Elders of #Nogokpo,

I greet you in peace. Thank for receiving this message, as I will get straight the point. I am not a member of Perez dome and I haven’t spoken to Bishop in many years and he has not employed me to do this. However, i think this is going a bit too far ..

Bishop came back and explained into details (with wisdom), how the event transpired; and he went on to explain that his wife is from Volta and his kids bares Ewe names. This shows how much he loves and values the Volta region.

Sirs, in all honesty, I don’t think what Bishop described in his sermon was strange to any of us. The first time – I ever heard of your town, was when A media personality took to social media to let us know she took some people there for certain doings. However, that wasn’t a surprise as we know not to joke with Volta gods &

Sirs, again, what Bishop was explaining is not strange, because every town has witchcraft and sometimes when the principalities are agitated – they can cause mischief..

In this case, like the bursting of the tires .. It’s was more spiritual than physical which we understood..

With that being said, Sirs, I believe Bishop has done a lot of charitable work in the Volta region (and there has not been any press release on his philanthropy).

In conclusion, I think this is a perfect time for use to know more about your btown and all the good things going on there… I come in love and one day I will like to visit nogokpo for a concert.

And Dear Bishop,pops I think I have an idea. Let’s build a school for the people of add to what they already have, We know how the story will be told for years to come ….. The people were upset and so he built a school to show love

… Love you very much BISHOP…

Agin Asare

We love Bishop Agin Asare .. He is a father worth emulating… And we love the people of Nogokpo, you all are incredible..

LET PEACE, LOVE, and RESPECT reign.. I believe even the gods of #Nogokpo will agree with me …