- President Akufo-Addo has caused a stir with a video of him refusing to give offering at church
- In the video, the president was seen dancing to the offertory bowl, but never dropped anything into it
- Those who followed him also danced toward the bowl and dropped their offertory
- The video has caused Ghanaians to talk about the president’s attitude
- Some have criticised him while others defended him
A video of President Akufo-Addo in church has generated controversy as seen by YEN.com.gh on Facebook.
In the video, the president was seen excitedly dancing in a line with others during offertory time.
He was seen clapping his hands while moving in line toward the offertory bowl.
However, when he got there, he refused to drop something into the bowl as those behind him were doing.
He simply continued clapping while shifting away from the bowl which he was earlier standing by.
The video has sparked a debate on social media with some people criticising him for not paying offertory in church.
Others have defended him saying it was not right for him to carry money on him.
Some were of the believe that he might have already paid with big money, as Dery said:
Godswill explained why the president could not give collection is church. According to him, he was not allowed to carry money on him. He added that his aids were the ones to do so on his behalf:
Aisha said the president swerved the offering bowl:
Cee said there is no motivation to give offering in church since the president has proven by his action that it is not necessary to do so:
Nana also said the president only showed his zeal for God with the proposal of his national cathedral:
Victor opined that the president would pay the offering later and secretly:
Meanwhile, Akufo-Addo has been accused by Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom of having a hand in the collapse of his GN Savings.
According to Nduom, the government has failed to pay some money he gave out to fund some government projects.
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