Ghanaian Pastor Pays Homage to His Favourite Circle Prostitute-Lasagna Whose June 3 Death Changed His Life
People become religious after they’ve encountered certain mysterious happenings—and others, when someone they know passes away suddenly, such incidents are capable of serving as the trigger that lead them to the bosom of Christ.
Though prostitutes are technically default sinners and hell seekers under Christian theology, therefore, their death would not mean much to most Christians—-because for the wages of sin is death, Pastor Ernest Antwi of Christ Revival Church has paid homage to his favourite circle prostitute who died in the June 3 Accra disaster in remembrance of that day.
Before Ernest became a pastor a little over a year ago, he said; “I was a regular patronizer of the services of one particular circle girls, Lasagna, and twice or sometimes three times a week, we would meet and get my grove on.”
He continued; “she knew the times and the location, I even had her phone number and she had mine. She was like my girlfriend, except that we didn’t go out together. She loved to watch Game of Thrones, and I did too so we would mostly talk about that before and after her good s*x.”
According to Ernest, after the June 3 disaster, he tried to reach her on phone without any success—that was after she failed to show up at their usual hotel for that week’s servicing session.
“In fact, I even owed her a balance from the last s*x so there was no way she wouldn’t show up. I got worried and the next day went to circle to see one of her working friends-Abigail, the only person she introduced me to some months back. And she told me, my sweet Lasagna had burnt; she died in the Goil flood-and water disaster” Ernest narrated to Accra based Oman Fm.
“It was during my hour of sadness while in bed that God revealed Himself to me in a form of a whispering voice that just as Lasagna died, so can I die—and therefore, I should become his servant, a pastor,” he added
That was the beginning of Pastor Ernest Antwi’s call; and in his remembrance, he also said; “while we think and talk about those who lost their lives on June 3, we should not forget the souls of those prostitutes, because they are equally human beings, caught in that area of business which is somewhat important to a lot of men in Ghana”