Ace Ghanaian satirist cum tv personality, Kweku Sintim-Misa (KSM)the host of the KSM Show,known widely as the king of prime time in Ghana.
He is a son of Rt. Rev. Godfred Kwadwo Sintim-Misa, a former Moderator of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, disclosed in an interview with Kofi Asante on the work and happiness show on A1 Radio that to him Christianity has become commercialized in Ghana.
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The tv personality cum actor condemned the manner in which some supposed “men of God” have positioned Christianity in Ghana to make a profit.
He disclosed that there are instances in a church where God’s blessings are now being auctioned, adding that this violates basic doctrines of Christianity, he appallingly expressed that he is a spiritual person but not religious but was also quick to reiterate that the act needs to be checked and also some tv and radio stations should be very careful the kind of preachers they allow the opportunity on their airwaves.
Touching on why his tv show was changed from Thank God Is Friday(TGIF),the satirist indicated that some foreign TV stations expressed interest on airing the show on their networks, so there was a need to change the name to THE KSM SHOW which could be shown on air anything rather than telecasting it on fridays only.
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