“It is not a sin if a woman does bortos surgery”- Ajagurajah

Controversial Bishop Ajagurajah of Ghana has maintained that Brazilian buttlifts and liposuction are not anything that God is against.

The leader and founder of the Ajagurajah movement stated during an interview with Bright Kankam Boadu on Pure FM earlier this morning that women upgrading their bodies to gain confidence and feel good about themselves is similar to men going to the gym to build bulky muscles.

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There is no biblical passage that forbids bodily enhancement, as the dreaded spiritual man of God adamantly declared.

Ghanaians should therefore refrain from disparaging female celebrities who have undergone surgery to improve their bodies.

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Bishop Ajagurajah persisted in his claim that if weight lifting is wrong since it serves the same purpose as body improvement, then it must also be wrong.

When asked if one would go to Hell for improving one’s physical appearance, Bishop Ajagurajah responded positively, saying that no one would go to Hell simply because she underwent BBL.

Online Ghanaians have, however, vehemently disagreed with Bishop Ajagurajah’s viewpoint.

Bishop Ajagurajah claims that women are now more interested in money rituals than men .

These folks believe that using liposuction, BBL, etc. to increase the curves and bostons is sinful.