The International Central Gospel Church (ICGC) led by Pastor Mensa Otabil recently held its annual “Greater Works” conference during which participants were urged to offer various sums of money for special prayers.
A ‘seed sowing’ with categorised sums and accompanying ‘blessings’ attracted a severe backlash from social media users who criticised the organisers for selling salvation to the higher bidder.
As a result, controversial pastor and Leader of the Heaven’s Gate Ministry International, Prophet Nicholas Osei popularly known as ‘Kumchacha’ has charged the Bureau of National Investigations (BNI) to arrest Pastor Mensa Otabil, for what he describes as fraudulent prayers for fees schemes.
But adding his voice to the ensuing debate over the propriety and genuineness of fee-paying requests for special blessings on Kasapa FM, Kumchacha says the entire programme was a business venture, therefor, Pastor Mensa Otabil and Mathew Ashimolowo committed fraud hence must be arrested.
Prophet Kumchacha posited that, Pastor Mensa Otabil had previously criticized some men of God who had asked people to purchase anointing oil, therefore, finds it hypocritical for the same pastor to be involved in a venture that asks people to pay specific amounts for specific blessings.
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Well, do you agree with the claims by Prophet Nicholas Osei saying Pastor Mensa Otabil must be interrogated by the BNI as to why God’s blessings must be sold to the highest bidder? Your comments are welcome.