The Apostle General, Sam Korankye-Ankrah a week ago had her second daughter getting wedded. During the reception of the wedding, a group of young ladies by the name Second Generation, popularly known as the 2G Ladies, presented to his daughter, Naa Dromo $1,000,000.00.
This went viral, where a lot of media houses believed it was real money being given her without getting their checks and facts well.
Sam Korankye-Ankrah on Sunday clarified things on how all these happened. Explaining that, the dummy cheque of $1,000,000.00 given to her daughter wasn’t real money, neither is it fake or for fun, rather, it was their act of FAITH. This means, very soon, they shall be giving such amounts to their friends that get married.
This is how he explained it:
So during my daughter’s wedding, a presentation was made with a dummy cheque with a huge amount of money, $1,000,000.00. My daughter’s friends presented it in a group called Second Generation, popularly known as 2G ladies.
A 2nd Generation is a group of female youth, young professionals, they’ve just finished school, they’ve just started working. These are young women under the Royal Ladies Ministry here in Royalhouse Chapel.
They presented the dummy cheque of $1,000,000.00 to their married friend.
During the presentation, I had even gone home. I was tired. These young people, if you follow them you could break down.
Unfortunately, some people did not catch the idea of the presentation. They thought it was real real real money that was presented.
They quickly turned the headlines too, “Sam Korankye-Ankrah gives to his daughter who got wedded $1,000,000.00, and the thing went viral.
I thank God that they are prophesying that I’ll give my children millions of dollars one day.
Sometimes when you hear people say these things, you need to have information and you need to know what to say, and you need to answer them, because here, there is truth and transparency, and there is nothing to hide.
So the cheque was a faith cheque, not a real cheque. F-A-I-T-H.
These young people are saying, one day they believe God that, on occasions like this, they’ll be able to present a cheque of $1,000,000.00. That is the statement they are making.
As I stand here right now, I am being very careful how to choose my words, because, as a father and a prophet, I do not want to cancel the faith, zeal and enthusiasm of the young people and say it was for fun.
If you’ve noticed, I’ve never used the word fun. I’ve never used the word fake or joke, because, what they may be joking about or what you think is fun today will become a reality tomorrow.