-Dr. Mensa Otabil speaks after the news of Capital Bank being taken over by GCB Bank
-The leader of ICGC said he could not believe that some people who had no right to mention his name could insult him
-The Church came under the spotlight during this year’s annual conference organized by the church dubbed “Greater Works”
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Founder and leader of the International Central Gospel Church, Dr. Mensa Otabil has in a sharp rebuttal sent a strong word to all those who in one way or the other, have insulted his person because of his church’s link with former Capital Bank.
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Speaking in a sermon at his church on Sunday, August 20, the man of God indicated that even people who looked like insult were insulting him due to the predicament that befell Capital Bank within the week.
During his sermon, he indicated that he had to get a hold of himself and not feel pity for himself but he was befuddled by the fact that some people who looked like insult, insulted him out of the abundance of their insults.
The man of God indicated that it was rather unfortunate that things had to turn out that way for the bank. He revealed that he had been hit by the news about Capital bank being taken over by GCB Bank.
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He indicated that he had been hit by reality to find out that some people who did not even have the right to use his name in a sentence were now freely having a go at him and it was hard to take in.
Dr. Mensa Otabil made reference to the fact that the current predicament was an after-effect of what had taken place at the recent Greater Works Conference which was organized by the church. He indicated that the devil’s eye had been poked and he wanted to fight back, hence their current situation.
He said the church was going to bounce back and the result would be bigger, massive and better than before.
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He also revealed that something great was going to happen to Ghana and that great transformation was not far from the country.
He concluded by saying he was the least perturbed about what his enemies were saying because his main concern was to flourish and prosper.
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