YEN.com.gh has a video of a self-acclaimed man of God in which he makes a bizarre request.
The prophet whose name is not immediately known is captured preaching in a TV programme when he dropped the “unthinkable” request.
According to him. God has ordered him to instruct as many people as 15,000 to send him mobile money of 100 each.
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He stated that this money would be used as a fee to seek God for spiritual guidance and protection for those who send it.
The pastor also urged the public to send in as much as they can afford above GHC100 if they want more favours from God.
He went on to say they could also send in the same amount on behalf of their children and other family members if they want them to be saved.
The prophet is heard saying in the Twi language: “If you have lost your job, if whatever you do does not go well with you, God says I should tell you to send me a sum of GHC100 only to give you a spiritual protection.”
“God says I should only accept a seed of GHC100 from 15,000 people who will benefit from this spiritual problems. You can send on behalf of your children and other family members,” the prophet said.
But his request has angered a lot of people on social media who have expressed their anger in their comments.
Read some of the comments here:
To this Facebook user, the pastor is just suffering:
To this user, the video is just a pain for him to watch:
This user believes the pastor needs money for a bleaching cream:
There are many other comments which show that Ghanaians are not happy with this pastor, and the many others that have invaded the system.
If all the 15,000 people should send him that amount, then it means he would bag a collosal amount of GHC1,500,000 for free!
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