KSM is urging Ghanaian pastors to return to Caesar what he says is rightfully theirs.
The Ghanaian humorist is calling on pastors who support the E-levy to put his words into action by paying tithing from the tithe they receive from their church members.
Mr Kwaku Sintim-Misa expressed his dissatisfaction with the Christian Council of Ghana in a social media post that he posted.
“Dear CHRISTIAN COUNCIL, kindly donate 10% of all the Tithe Churches collect to the GRA. Let’s call it E-TITHE. Support the E- LEVY for GH to become “like Europe “. (Practice what you Preach a beg),” he tweeted.
Since then, KSM’s tweet has sparked a heated discussion on the microblogging site. Take a look at some of the comments below:
Dear CHRISTIAN COUNCIL, kindly donate 10% of all the Tithe Churches collect to the GRA. Let's call it E-TITHE. Support the E- LEVY for GH to become "like Europe ". (Practice what you Preach a beg)🤪
— Kwaku Sintim-Misa (@KSM_Kwaku_Misa) April 30, 2022
You call tithe thievery really Gid have mercy on ur poor soul n read ur bible Malachi 3:10
— Cyrillunt (@cyrillunt) April 30, 2022
I think he's only calling for churches to give the tithes as DONATIONS. However, the argument that churches should pay tithes doesn't hold water. Churches are classified as "Not For Profit Organizations hence tithes given to them are tax exempt
— August Landmesser (@bansah_frank) April 30, 2022
This is the reason why i say from head to toe we all in Ghana for out selfish interest.When we talk about contributions,the Christian community has contribute more than any religion in Ghana 🇬🇭.Why aren’t u calling other religious group.elevy isn’t by force.u can chose not to pay
— kwabena konadu addo (@CalebBoonu07) April 30, 2022