The office of the Presiding Bishop for Perez Chapel International Bishop Charles Agyin Asare has issued an official statement, rebutting allegations leveled against the founder vis-à-vis an alleged application for loan from the collapsed First Trust Savings and Loans Company and the GN Bank.
The statement dated 20th July,2020 and signed by the Administrative Bishop for the church Apostle Raymond Acquah says that “Bishop Charles Agyin Asare has never applied for nor secured any loan” from any of the above-mentioned financial institutions. It again went further to describe the allegation as a complete fabrication and a total fallacy.
Extract of the statement intercepted by www.leakynews.net on the Facebook page of the international Evangelist Bishop Charles Agyinasare reads;
“It has come to our attention that some ridiculous and mischievous information is circulating on social media and on some unsuspecting news portals.
It is a known fact that if one dares to speak about the ills of society, attack dogs are readily unleashed to sustain the crippling culture of silence in our dear country.
I am to state on authority that Bishop Charles Agyinasare has never applied for nor secured any loan from the collapsed First Trust Savings and Loans Company and the GN Bank. The allegation is a complete fabrication and is therefore false.
For the record, I am to clarity and confirm the following;
- Bishop Charles Agyinasare was one time Board Chairman of First Trust Savings and Loans Company
- Bishop Charles Agyinasare never applied for nor ever received a loan from First Trust Savings and Loans, either before, during or after his Chairmanship of the Board of First Trust Savings and Loans
- Bishop Charles Agyinasare or the church he presides over has never applied for nor ever received a loan from GN Bank or First Trust Savings and Loans.
We are by this press release urging the media and the general public to disregard the lies and falsehood and ask that those persons circulating such lies and unfounded allegations put an end to it.
We ask the general public to disregard this failed attempt to malign Bishop Charles Agyinasare..”
By Enock Akonnor; Editor-in-Chief