Monday, 17 June

Pastor warns fellows against crafty women, argues sex with serial abortion patients can never be rape

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Pastor Leonard Allotey

Pastor Leonard Allotey has recalled a time he was accused of rape at a police station.

He was speaking on the No.1 Gospel Showbiz programme on No.1 105.3 FM.

He was passionately warning pastors against female church attendees and their sexual traps.

"A woman can come for your programme and when everyone's gone, complain she does not have money for transportation, and her house has been locked and no one is responding to open them so they don't have a place to sleep that night," he said. "Meanwhile, you've also shared all your money among your instrumentalists and other people. She wants to come and sleep at your place."

Pastor Allotey emphasised the dangers of "a man and woman sharing the same sleeping area", likening it to fire interacting with fire. 

"I'll use this opportunity to advise men of God. I'm not ashamed to speak about what I've been through," he said.

He stressed his sense of responsibility, noting: "I deal with my own issues and I don't involve other people."

"There are people who have come to tempt me and they came as angels. I'm talking about women who come to you as angels. Someone looking on may mistaken it for your weakness and poor sense of judgement, ignorant of the schemes of the tempter and your innocence. By the time you realise what's going on, you've fallen for the trick and you're at the police station," he said, revealing: "A woman once took me to a police station accusing me of rape."

| Paster and singer Leonard Allotey in No.1 FM's studio

When host Taller Dee probed his culpability or innocence, he promptly responded: "Is there anything as rape in today's world?"

The singer followed up with another rhetorical question: "How can you rape someone whose had three abortions? I mean, someone who's had multiple abortions and is fond of unrestrained sexual behaviour, what is rape when you sleep with such?"

Source: classfmonline.com/Prince Benjamin