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Drama as Ghanaian woman storms church to collect her offerings and tithes, says she’s fed up with their BS » GhBase•com™

A Ghanaian woman has angrily asked the hierarchy of the church where she fellowships to give her all the money she has given to the church in the form of offerings and tithes.

The woman as seen in the video below was totally outraged at some shenanigans being perpetrated in the church and has therefore resolved to take everything she has given to the church.

It’s not clear what triggered her outburst but it really funny how she went about the whole thing. Maybe the footage below can give you an idea.

Watch the video below and share your opinion with us.

In other news shared on www.Ghbase.com, a Ghanaian pastor has been arrested for defiling his teenage daughter and saying he was directed by the Holy Spirit to have s,ex with her. The suspect was picked up by the Ashanti regional Domestic Violence and Victim Support Unit. (DOVVSU).

Starrfm.com.gh reports that the 41-year-old pastor whose name is Pastor Kwame Nkansah and doubles as a carpenter, and founded the African Faith Church accused his biological daughter of breaking her virginity in December last year for which reason he has to sleep her to cleanse her of all spiritual infirmities trailing her for having premarital sex.

Although the the16-year old denied the charges leveled against her, she was forced to admit it under pressure. This opened the floodgates for her father to abuse her sexually by saying the Holy Spirit has asked him to cleanse her of the bad omen of premarital sex.

The young girl who felt uncomfortable with the act reportedly opened up to some neighbors through which the police picked intelligence on the matter and finally arrested the pastor.

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