Son of popular Ghanaian preacher General Sam Korankye Ankrah has said he never wanted to follow in the stead of his father when he was coming; he just wanted to make money.
Paapa Korankye-Ankrah said growing up, he wanted to move into business because he loved the sound of it hence pastoral work was never part of his career plans.
In an interview with Joy FM’s Edem Knight-Tay on the Home Affairs Show on Saturday, the young pastor at the Royal House Chapel International said pastoral work was not attractive to him.
“I wanted to make money. I knew I would end up in business somehow because I liked the sound of business when I was growing up…so I knew I would be a career man,”
“In fact I swore to myself I would never become a pastor. It didn’t look attractive.”
However, according to him, his encounter with God in a camp meeting in Canada was “where I completely met God for the first time.”