10 Amorous pre-wedding photos you are not allowed to take if you attend the Church of Pentecost

Over the weekend, the Church of Pentecost issued a directive banning would-be couples to desist from taking what it described as “sensual” pre-wedding photos.

According to the General Secretary of the Church, Apostle Nana Yaw Kumi, these photos demean the holy matrimony and does not speak well of Christians charged to live holy lives.

It went on to decry the abuse of the concept of pre-wedding shots by prospective couples who had the temerity to touch the private parts of their partners in these photos.

The decision to denounce the act was made during it’s Global Minister’s Conference at the Pentecost Convention Center (PCC), Gomoa Fetteh near Kasfoa in Ghana’s Central Region.

Since the announcement there has been several back and forth online over the directive. Whiles some found it laudable, others felt it was funny to regulate the actions of couples in the 21st century and didn’t see the need for such a stringent action.

Here are a few photos you shouldn’t be taking if you’re member of the Pentecost church in Ghana.

1.This explicit fruit salad pre-wedding shot that has got us scratching our heads

2. This is free show

3. Cancel the date instead

4. And this pose too has to go for good.

5. Kidnapping won’t be allowed also

6. Adam & Eve wouldn’t even approve of this

7. Un-pentecostal



8. Already showing the world the skills they’ll be displaying indoors

9. What if your village witches come for you??

10. Guys!!! Don’t get too carried away

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