Cry for Help! Woman Screams on Social Media After Her N24.7million was Traced to Redeemed Christian Church of God Account, Says Her Business partner has Committed Suicide

A woman identified as Emilia Ohwovoriole has taken to social media to scream for help after a member of the Redeemed Christian of God allegedly duped her of over N100 million and transferred the money to the church headquarters.
In the social media post, the woman narrated that after writing different petitions to RCCG for her money, it has led to one of the business partners committing suicide yet the church has refused to released N24.7 million traced to its account.
She wrote:
“I was defrauded by a member of the Redeemed Christian Church of God of over 100m. 24.7million was traced to the church account, the man sent the said amount to the church in a week which is questionable. He also bought them 18 seater brand new Hiace bus. The suspect confessed verbally at the police station asking the pastor to help refund the money back. The pastor who confessed at the police station that the money was sent to redeem headquarters. The police have written to the headquarters to refund the money which can’t be kept cos it’s proceed of fraud.
But, the church headquarters have refused to refund the money after series of letter has been written to them by the police. If a church cannot be sober for accepting proceeds of fraud by returning the money, then where are we heading to? Judgement of God shall surely begin from the church. They will be embarrassed when the time comes. Pls share till it gets to Pastor Adeboye.
 
Redeemed Christian Church of God makes 9billion monthly, 24.7million is nothing to them. Someone committed suicide cos of the money already. I won’t stop till I get justice.

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Chinenye Nwabueze

Nwabueze is a communication researcher with several years of lecturing experience in Nigerian universities.

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  1. Chad, a friend of mine whom I met in the pages of Facebook told me he doesn’t do Christianity but he believes in the presence of a supreme deity and when I asked him why, he sent me a link with same content and wrote: “Check out this link, its a case of fraud in collaboration with the church. This is one of the reasons”.

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