The founder and leader of the Zoe Outreach Embassy at East Legon, Pastor Kelvin Kwesi Kobiri has officially resigned as the head pastor of the church without paying a dime to his congregation after almost 90% of them invested in his get rich superficial scam business.
It looks like the pastor is yet to read James 5:4 where it clearly states:
“Behold, the wages of the labourers who mowed your fields, which you kept back by fraud, are crying out against you, and the cries of the harvesters have reached the ears of the Lord of hosts” or maybe he finally heard the cries of the congregation and decided to quit but the question is how do you quit without paying your debts?
Just like puppets controlled by the strings of whoever holds them, Christianity has managed to control the lives of most people by preventing them to reason as to how “God” intended us to reason. We have become numb to listening to the inner voice yelling at us to apply common sense because we feel the one at the high table in the church is the qualified one to listen to and at the end a game of scam is played on us.
Pastor Kobiri is the owner of EL Real Estates and Tikowrie Capital which has managed to take millions of cedis from his church members since 2017 and has since then refused or unable to pay his investors a dime.
In a video published on Facebook by Daily Graphic, Pastor Kobiri was heard telling his congregation that although he did not have the money to repay customers, he trusted that “God will pay everybody this week”.
“Some people are in the church because of those investments. But I cannot pay anybody; but what I want to tell everybody is that if by Friday you’ve not received your money, call the office. God will pay everybody this week. I cannot pay one single person,” he said.
“Sometimes you might have good intentions for people but it might not end up well. My mentality is, let people be rich. I didn’t know it was stupidity. But I thank God for his forgiving power, that he forgave me and restored this ministry”.
We are in 2019 and almost to the end of the year and the week still hasn’t ended for pastor Kelvin and I am sitting here with a cup of coffee wondering when exactly the week is going to end for him to pay his investors.
Pastor Kelvin’s resignation is a mockery to his congregation and a mockery to Christianity and to God.
And I’m wondering why the Police aren’t chasing after him to retrieve funds invested by his gullible church members?
A lot of these self-acclaimed men of God are scammers in expensive suits─and should all be rotten in jail by now.
This article was written by Lucas Nluki of the GossipPunch and TheGossipScoop.