- Photos have emerged of Dag Heward-Mills hanging out with politicians
- Heward-Mills is in the news after six former pastors of the church he founded accused the church of not paying the SSNIT contributions
- The individuals have sued the church for violating their rights
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YEN.com.gh has seen photos of pastor and author, Da Heward-Mills, chilling with politicians days after six former pastors accused the church he founded of violating their rights.
Larry Odonkor, Emmanuel Oko Mensah, Edem Kofi Amankwa, and others have sued the church now known as United Denominations, originating from the Lighthouse Group of Churches, alleging that their SSNIT contributions were not paid during their working years.
The new photos of Heward-Mills were posted on the Facebook page of Alan John Kwadwo Kyerematen, the Minister of Trade and Industry.
"l joined Evangelist Dag Heward-Mills last Saturday, 24th April, for a spiritually uplifting breakfast meeting at his sprawling Anagkazo Campus at Akwapim-Mampong in the Eastern Region," captioned the photos by Kyeremanten.
"The inspiring session held at the God's Banquet Hall was also attended by other politicians, members of the judiciary, corporate and industrial captains, who all joined in prayer for the peace and development of the country. I was later conducted round the magnificent campus as well as the Center for Historical Research into World Evangelism and Global Mission."
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that some social media users who happen to be former members of the Lighthouse Chapel have accused Dag Heward-Mills, founder of the church of living a life contrary to the holier than thou life he portrays to the public.
Following some former pastors saying their rights had been violated, some social media users took to the platform to share their own experiences with the church and its founder. While some accused the church and its leadership of some wrongdoings, others defended them.
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"I left lighthouse never to return to Christianity or any religion. This Dag erh! He’s a con artist ankasa," Goddezz who was a member of the Lighthouse Chapel said in a Facebook post.
"He did it twice and I wasn’t going to wait for the third time. He will come to our branch under the pretense of healing and miracle, only to come and have fundraising."
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