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I had no bad intentions with my outfit – Church of Pentecost Youth member apologizes to the church


Samuel Grant, the fashion designer and member of the Church Choir who found himself at the centre of a controversy surrounding his choice of attire during the Church of Pentecost‘s Youth Ministry Week celebration, has issued an apology to the church.

A statement signed by Apostle Ebenezer Hagan, Youth Ministry Director of the Church of Pentecost, said it “unequivocally condemns such use, as it may connote other meanings, whether intended or unintended.

“As Christians, all we do must bring glory to God (Col 3:23). This surely does not bring glory to God and so it meets our outright condemnation,” the statement read in part

Following the public condemnation of his fashion choice, Samuel Etornam Grant, the CEO of Grant’s Fashion,  took to social media to express his remorse for his actions.

READ MORE: Church of Pentecost condemns and distances itself from member’s controversial attire during Youth Ministry Week

According to Grant, he had no ill intentions with his outfit and acknowledged the importance of the current times we live in especially with regard to cross-dressing and the anti-LGBTQ+ bill before parliament which is proudly sponsored by the Church Of Pentecost.

“I understand the times in which we are, and I want to place on record that I had no bad intentions with my outfit,” Samuel Grant said in a statement.

He further revealed in another post that the outfit  which was inspired by 3 designers who inspired him symbolizes trust and strength.

“My inspiration was drawn from 3 top designers across and came out with this simple but elaborate feathers ???? ????????????designs. It’s symbolizes trust and Strength,”

He also took the opportunity to express his sincere remorse to all the individuals who may have been affected by his actions and extended his gratitude to the leadership of the Youth Ministry for their encouragement and prayers.

He continued “I wish to apologize to everyone and also show appreciation, especially to the leadership of the YOUTH MINISTRY, my District Pastor & Sofomaame, Maa Peggy Nhyira Ama Donkor, and everyone who called me to encourage me and share a word of prayer with me. I deeply apologize for any wrong signals this might have caused. I love my church, and I am grounded in Christ. Meanwhile, I am available for all your clothing needs.”

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