Ghanaian man Claims Church Demanded he pays all Outstanding tithes to Qualify as a Church Member

Ghanaian man Claims Church Demanded he pays all Outstanding tithes to Qualify as a Church Member

  • A man has anonymously taken to social media to express his displeasure with his church
  • This was after being told he isn't a church member for the fact that he does not pay tithe
  • The church refused to officiate his wedding because he is not a qualified member

Trending topics on the go: How we write news at

A man has anonymously taken to Facebook to share an incident he encountered with his church.

The unknown man shared his displeasure via a page called Manokekame, calling out his church leadership after they asked him to make full payment for all outstanding tithes before his marriage would be officiated by the church.

He narrated that after having his traditional wedding, he met with his church officials to discuss arrangements for his white wedding.

According to what the post stated, the church confirmed from him if he is a committed tithe payer to which he answered, no.

Read also

Lady who returned from UK dresses in wedding gown to church looking for a husband

A Ghanaian man Claims Church Demanded he pay all Outstanding tithes to Qualify as Church Member
A Ghanaian man claims the church demanded he pays all outstanding tithes to qualify as a church member. Source: UGC
Source: UGC

This was followed by the church official stating sternly that he is not a church member.

Still narrating, he added that they weren't to see his lady's pastor and they were asked to run a series of lab tests.

He further said they were asked to fill a marriage questionnaire which according to him, he found some of the questions preposterous.

Many who saw this post shared their opinions on it.

A few are listed below;

Eva Addai replied;

If the pastor is saying you're not a church member, gather both families and go your somewhere

Gama Welbeck Nartey commented;

The church has nothing to do wit marriage, without the church u can marry paaaa but our ladies dea it difficult convincing dem even our parents cruaa hmmmm

Nana Kwame Abrokwaa commented;

It is never written anywhere that you should do you marriage ceremony in the church or to do white wedding... Forget about all these pastors. Just gather some of family members from bothe sides, and some of you friends, that's all your done marrying.

Read also

Afia Schwar descends on 'gifting' Our Day brands; how about helping students learning under trees?

Eva Nana-Yaa Tetteh said;

I have been a member of Assemblies of God church since childhood. This is new to me. I suggest you do court wedding. Some of these pastors are just greedy.

From Laga Aba;

Get the Church that will understand marriage not money conscious pastors.

View post below;

PAY ATTENTION: Click “See First” under the “Following” tab to see News on your News Feed! also reported that Dr Kweku Oteng, the chairman of Angel Group Ltd and the owner of Adonko Bitters has indicated it was tithing consistently that brought him the great wealth he now enjoys.

In the snippet of a live radio interview that is now making waves on social media, the renowned Ghanaian businessman mentioned that back in the day, he was unable to earn more than one million cedis (now GHc 100).

Read also

Our Day: leave Oswald alone - Manasseh slams critics of gifts for viral 9-year old student

According to Dr Oteng, whenever his money got close to the figure, misfortune would befall him, causing him to spend the money and reducing his income to ground zero.

Enjoy reading our stories? Join's Telegram channel!

Download YEN's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with all major Ghana news

Source: Yen

Online view pixel