We were in a confused state when we saw flyers that read Chelsea fans led by Pastor Azigiza will be hosting a thanks giving service for the club for winning the Premier league.
Well we realized that it was not just a photo shopped picture when we saw images of the church service circulating on social media.
After holding a successful church service in Ghana, the London based club has also showed appreciation for what their lovers in Ghana did.
The club believes that the love for the club in Ghana is attributed to their former Ghanaian midfielder Micheal Essien who performed tremendously well when he was with the club
Read the blog post below, titled “Church of Chelsea”
Chelsea have a huge following in Ghana, thanks in no small part to Michael Essien, and a church in Accra recently paid tribute to the Blues’ Premier League title success.
Research from both Google and Twitter in recent years has revealed west-London’s finest to be the most popular club in Ghana and, indeed, across most of West Africa.
Much of that stems from the success of Essien, arguably his country’s finest footballer, as he enjoyed a trophy-laden stay at Stamford Bridge between 2005 and 2014, including becoming a Champions League
Following our fifth Premier League title, one Chelsea-supporting pastor in Accra held a thanksgiving service to celebrate our latest triumph.
Reverend Azigiza of the Living Streams International Church encouraged people to wear football shirts to the ceremony, which included a Chelsea cake and a rendition of Blue is the Colour.
Azigiza also encouraged the friendly rivalry between supporters of all Premier League clubs and he had a unique way of illustrating the point in front of his boss, Reverend Dr Ebenezer Markwei.
He thanked God for Arsenal’s victory over the Blues as it meant Arsene Wenger will stay as Gunners boss and, in his opinion, they won’t win the league with the Frenchman in charge!