Dr. Bishop Charles Agyinasare has been busy with his criticisms of the Akufo-Addo administration in the clampdown in the financial sector.
For some time now, we have been wondering what might have fuelled these boatload of criticisms from the revered man of God.
It has been revealed that Bishop Agyinasare’s rather critical renditions lately are not in a vacuum. There is an underlying reason.
The Bank of Ghana, in its decision to clean up the banking and financial sector, touched on the nerves of the owner of Perez Chapel International.
As a matter of fact, Bishop Agyinasare was the board chairman for the FirsTrust Savings and Loans which was caught in the web of those financial entities which were empty.
In fact, the financial institution the good Bishop was a board chairman of was run aground and had to be closed down.
Thousands of depositors would have lost their investments if the central bank had allowed that status quo to remain.
It is all about interest. Bishop Agyinasare has interest in that financial entity whose board he chaired. No wonder a canary bird is sitting comfortably in his home!