- Founder of Action Chapel had indicated over 5 billion viewers were watching his sermon
- His statement sparked debate on social media
- Pastor Chris is documented saying the Covid-19 vaccines will wipe out the African race
Chris Oyakhilome, also known as "Pastor Chris", of Christ Embassy Church is in the trends again. This time, for announcing that over 5 billion viewers were currently (as he was preaching) watching his sermon from all over the world.
The controversial British-Nigerian international pastor, in his “Global Day of Prayer” sermon, pulled up a video wall which showed a map of the various continents watching his sermon.
Already, social media users are commenting on the picture and information as they doubt its truth.
Pastor Chris gained some public light in the last months following his sermons against the Coronavirus vaccines.
According to him, it was a ploy to wipe out the African race and grant the black male race impotent as part of a depopulation scheme. Meanwhile, his conspiracies have all been discounted by many a scientists and preacher colleagues of his.
In other news.
The Auditor General has released a report on the state of public institutions in 2019 and the details are shocking. It reveals that financial misbehaviours across all state institutions cost the country GH¢5.46 billion.
The revealing part of the document is that these criminal acts of misbehaviour were recorded between Mahama’s administration of 2015 and Akufo-Addo’s regime in 2019.
“Total irregularities figure of GH¢3.311 billion for 2015 decreased to GH¢718.08 million in 2016. It however spiked to GH¢12.002 billion in 2017. Interestingly, it dropped to GH¢3.007 billion in 2018 but shot up again by 81.8% to GH¢5.46 billion in 2019,” excerpts of the report read.
When it comes to financial irregularities, the Auditor General refers to misbehaviours in the payment of salaries, procurement of logistics, disbursement of loans among other critical revelations.
What this means is that should criminal investigations begin, officials – past and present – of both Mahama and Akufo-Addo regimes – could be prosecuted.
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