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Church Elder in trouble over GH¢70,000

Senior Opoku Afful Kwabena has been captured after the minister of Mt. Olive Methodist Church caused his capture today. The senior who was known as the man of harmony has been the senior of the congregation since 2002. Opoku Afful Kwabena who is referred to in the congregation as Oak is a man regarded by nearly everybody in the congregation as a result of his devotion and modesty towards others. At the point when he had the cash or the assets, he gives unreservedly without addressing if you will take care of, and that caused him to turn into a senior of the congregation and the Lay Chairman of the Church.

Senior Oak was a once Timber worker for hire who had sufficient cash on his hands. He gave a large portion of his cash to the congregation and with that, the congregation had the option to lay and complete its uber working in 2005. The structure which was half financed by the senior himself, on account of the work he did, caused him to turn into the most takes about a man in the congregation which gave him the Lay Chairman position of the congregation. As the Kay Chairman, he turned into the oversea of the Church's exercises from association to financing and bank measure. Senior Oak has been dealing with the Church and nothing was turning out badly until 2020 after his lone child found the opportunity to go out of Ghana. The senior had no cash to help push his solitary child who had an unmistakable opportunity to proceed to live in Florida. His dear companions were not assisting with credits, and his business was in danger which hasn't been in activity for a very long time, so there was nothing for him to clutch.

The senior took his congregation accounts book and discovered the congregation had sufficient his child was searching for. He took a sum of GH¢69,993 for the congregation's financial balance and had the option to cover everything for the child from papers, visa, boarding passes, cash to lease an inn for about fourteen days and pocket cash for his visit until he found a new line of work. The child got his visa in 2020 October and left in November 2020 however was confined in light of some staple he was conveying alongside him. He was delivered in January 2021 after examinations discovered the food was not sedated as the migration specialists had expected.

The child began work a month ago in March, and it was concurred for him to send cash until the dad can supplant the cash into the congregation's record. In December 2020, the congregation was to make records of their overall funds and exercises, yet the Lay Chairman who was to seat the gathering delayed it that, he wasn't feeling good. It was reasonable for the pioneers to grasp as he was an all around regarded man who has helped the congregation on numerous events, even with the structure of their present spot of love.

The Lay Chairman Oak has been keeping the congregation from gaining admittance to the accounts and the minister and a few chiefs got feed up a month ago, which they employed an inspector to run a legal assessment on the Church's exercises without telling Oak. The inspector in his report to the congregation point by point how all the GH¢69,993 was absent from the congregation's records and how the cash arrived into the senior Oaks account. The congregation trusted that few days will discuss it, yet the senior continued stowing away from the until Pastor Rev. Ishmael Kobby Boateng through the Sunyani police captured the senior to show them where the cash was. The senior has not yet been allowed bail, however they are sure he won't go through the night at cells on the off chance that he can strike an installment plan manage the congregation. The child also hasn't been fruitful in getting a new line of work that can assist him with sending cash to his dad to repay the cash. The congregation is prepared to arraign Elder Oak if no arrangement is reached.

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Kay Opoku Afful Kwabena Senior Oak Timber


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