Controversial TV personality, Afia Schwarzenegger has lashed out at Pastor Mensa Otabil over the alleged bank scandal in connection with the defunct Capital Bank.
According to the TV star, Mensa Otabil would’ve preached about the bank scandal with multiple sermons if he was not caught in the loop in the alleged scandal.
Obviously peeved by the turn of events, she took to her Facebook to share her views on the spiraling details emerging from the bank scandal involving collapsed Capital Bank and the head pastor and founder of the International Central Gospel Church, ICGC.
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Good day ICGC
Before I talk about your pastor, the man that watches animal kingdom yet preaches to human beings, I will show you my achievements.
I was able to put up an orphanage together with my friends whiles I was living in a single hotel room with my kids and I didn’t collect seed neither did I take 610 million taxpayers money.
Before I talk about you, let me show you my achievements, I was able to feed extra mouths plus my kids with less than GHc 6,000 salary 2015 without tricking people to sow into any 24 hour miracle seed whiles you Pastor Mensah Otabil couldn’t sow $5000 to save your bank!
Imagine if this 610 million saga was a political saga…you would have given sermons pt 1-7 about how immoral politicians are…
I chose not to comment about all these But you be honest; flyers like these just make everything annoying.
Massa, I stand with the poor Ghanaians that can’t have people doing savage post for them even though their money is said to be with you!
They can’t show you their achievements because they have conscience, won’t bully people in the name of God to enrich themselves…they can’t show you their achievements because obviously they can’t steal, they can’t show achievements because they can’t lie in the name of God
I beg, let’s think wai…Mtcheeewwwww I stand with God forgive you all …Read your bible well and practice WHAT YOU PREACH!!!,” she said in her post.
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