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Lawrence Tetteh finally reacts to claims he embarrassed Owusu Bempah at Ebony Reigns’s funeral


Rev. Dr. Lawrence Tetteh, who is the Founding President of the Worldwide Miracle Outreach has quashed Razzonline.com’s reports that he embarrassed his colleague Pastor, Rev. Isaac Owusu Bempah at the final funeral rites of late dancehall diva, Ebony Reigns.

It Would be recalled that, Razzonline.com’s sharp lenses captured One of the unpleasant moments that nearly marred the success of the final funeral rites of the late ‘Sponsor’ hitmaker, Ebony Reigns at the State House last Saturday when the Dr.Lawrence Tetteh who was officiating the funeral sermon took a swipe at Rev. Owusu for distorting his sermon after he arrived at the funeral grounds and was mobbed by a crowd while exchanging pleasantries during an ongoing sermon.

However Rev. Dr Lawrence Tetteh who felt his preaching was being disrupted by the noise that had been generated by Rev Owusu Bempah’s gesture, expressed his misgivings by raising his voice:

“Ladies and gentlemen I’m preaching…I think this is one thing which we are doing in Ghana which is so disrespectful… A man of God is preaching; we should show respect: it is not right”. Lawrence Tetteh angrily said. But reacting to the rumours on Adom TV, Rev. Dr Lawrence Tetteh stated that he has absolutely no problem with Rev. Owusu Bempah whom he describes as his brother.

He added that disrespecting a fellow man of God will be the last thing he’ll ever do in private let alone on such a public event which was being carried live on national TV.

“Why do we love to create problems between pastors. Rev Owusu Bempah is my friend, why will I disrespect or embarrass him. Even the money he had on him that day, when he joined me up the stage I took all and shared it to people around us and told him that next time he should carry more money on him. He even called me yesterday and we had a lovely chat, he was surprised about the sort of commentary that was going on about the incident.”