Aggrieved customers of investment company storm church to demand their locked-up cash

Aggrieved customers of investment company storm church to demand their locked-up cash

- Angry customers disrupted church service to demand what they say is their locked up investments from the pastor of a church

- They say all attempts to withdraw their dividends, principal from the two entities allegedly owned by pastor of Zoe Outreach Embassy church have proven futile

Sunday, June 16, 2019's church service at the Zoe Outreach Embassy was briefly interrupted after some people stormed the church to demand their locked up investments.

The group consisted men and women who have invested their monies into EL Real Estates and Tikowre Capital.

They blamed the founder and leader of the East Legon-based church as the one who convinced them to invest their monies in the two entities.

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According to them, several attempts to withdraw their principal and dividends have proved futile since last year, 2018.

EL Real Estates and Tikowre Capital are reportedly owned by one Kelvin Kwesi Kobiri, who they say has so far refused to pick his calls.

We want our money because you call him [Mr Kobiri] and he does not pick your calls and when he does he will only insult you.

“He has become very arrogant after taking our money,” one of the aggrieved customers is quoted as saying by

We know he is a man of God and so we trusted him. Some of us have been with the church for a very long time and being a senior pastor we trusted him more that is why we saved our money with him,” another unhappy customer added.

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The aggrieved customers continued to linger on the church premises after the day’s service in a bid to see Mr. Kobiri.

Meanwhile, the church has reportedly beefed up security at its premises in order to avoid a repeat of the chaos.

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