- Rev. Albert Ocran of the ICGC has argued that critics got the special offerings saga all wrong
- The CEO insists that the Greater Works conference was not aimed at extorting money from congregants
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the International Central Gospel Church (ICGC), Rev. Albert Ocran is claimed to have registered his comments over the special offering controversy which rocked the church after the Greater Works Conference.
In what has been published as an extensive reply to the outcry by a cross section of the public following the leaking of what was claimed to be the graphic list of the special levy, Albert Ocran argued that the list of the special offering was rather meant for church members who may have wanted to find out how to fulfilled the various pledges that they made during the service.
"ICGC has a culture of not demanding monies from our congregants, the quality of our service opens the door for philanthropists who believe in the numerous social interventions we continue to do through the word of God," Rev Ocran revealed.
YEN had earlier reported of how the communications team of the ICGC's Christ Temple have been ordered to stay away from media interviews concerning the controversial "special offering" development which is said to have taken place at the just ended Greater Works Conference.
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But even as Rev Ocran reveals that he was sharing his personal views and not that of the Church, it may suppose that the very views of the CEO is nothing but the clear stand point of the ICGC.
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