Action Chapel not affected by ban on public gathering; members are used to paying offertory &tithes with mobile money

Action Chapel not affected by ban on public gathering; members are used to paying offertory &tithes with mobile money

- Following President Akufo-Addo's directive for all public gathering to be suspended on March 15, 2020, most churches have found innovative ways to operate

- Some have decided to go digital with their sermons to ensure that though members stay at home but get to hear the word of God

- Action Chapel International will not suffer due to the ban on public gathering because they introduced new innovative ways of paying tithe and offering long ago

the church will not suffer due to ban on public gathering because the introduced technology to tithe and offering collection long ago

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Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams founder and general overseer of Action Chapel International has for some time now developed a way by which members can pay their tithes and offerings to the church without using their phones.

In a photo sighted by, Action Chapel International has a dedicated USSD code that allows members to send their offertories and tithes through mobile money.

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Other churches have also decided to have their sermons through Facebook Live and other digital platforms.

President Nana Akufo-Addo on Sunday, March 15, 2020, ordered for the closure of schools and directed that public gatherings including all church services, Muslim gatherings, and funerals, be suspended.

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The president's announcement followed the news that Ghana's cases of Coronavirus had moved from two on Thursday to six on Sunday and is currently 11 as of March 19, 2020. earlier reported that President Nana Akufo-Addo has ignored the likes of Rev. Owusu Bempah, Obofour, and Obinim, and fallen on Archbishop Duncan Williams, Eastwood Anaba and their league of pastors to petition God over the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus in Ghana.

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Speaking at a National Breakfast Meeting on March 19, 2020, Akufo-Addo said the nation needs to fall on God to save this country from the deadly COVID-19 which is currently spreading in Ghana.

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