Head pastor and founder of the Ebenezer Miracle Worship Center, Prophet. Ebenezer Opambour Yiadom has questioned the sanity of those advocating for 3tw3 nim Nyansa and Koti y3 Aboa to be made tourism destinations.
The outspoken preacher, addressing his congregation in a sermon over the weekend, wondered what people found so interesting with the towns that they want them to be made tourism destinations.
He further argued that the vulgar names of the towns were nothing we should be proud of or celebrate as we tend to be doing.
According to Opambour, who visibly wasn’t happy with the names of the towns, it was high time the towns made an effort to change their names to something more appropriate since the reason for such names may have outlived its purpose.
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“Instead of being happy with the names, there should be an amendment to change the town names. After all, those who named them as such are dead and gone,” he told his congregation.
“And for those who are happily advocating for the towns to be made tourism destinations because of their vulgar names, you need a sanity check to be sure you are mentally okay,” he added.
Kote ye Aboa, Shua ye Morbor and Etwe nim Nyansa are towns that have become quite popular and on the lips of every Ghanaian after former minister of Energy, Boakye Agyarko mentioned their names in Parliament as towns to benefit from electricity supply.
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