Information available to YEN.com.gh suggests that the leader of the Voice of the Lord Evangelical Church, Apostle Samuel Dadzie, has been dismissed by the church.
According to a report by MyNewsGH.com, Apostle Dadzie was fired by the national hierarchy of the church following a series of financial scandals that have rocked the church.
YEN.com.gh understands that Apostle Dadzie contracted a loan of GHc1.5 million from OmniBank Ghana Limited without the approval of the National Executive Council (NEC) of the church.
He also allegedly failed to reveal to the NEC how the loan was put to use.
Between January to September 2018, workers’ outstanding salaries was GH₵89,400.00 with 2017 outstanding salaries being GH₵44,217.00 as the church is currently bankrupt due to misappropriation of funds by Apostle Samuel Dadzie.
He is also alleged to have credited building materials which has accumulated to a huge sum of debt for the church.
The church currently owes Fasco Timbers an amount of GH₵35,000.00, 12 packets of roofing sheets to Aduamoah and Odumase branches of the church at a cost of GH₵7,100.00 and GHC 4,500.00 worth of fuel cost credited from Total 4 filling station in Koforidua.
Following his dismissal, he established his own church taking away about 90% of members which has left his former church struggling.
When reached for his comments, he failed to confirm or deny but promised to make public his version of the accusations leveled against him at the appropriate time.
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Source: Yen News