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Beware Of Fraudsters - PCI Cautions Public

Parliament Chapel International (PCI) has drawn the attention of the general public to an ongoing development where some people are fraudulently using the name of Apostle Francis Amoako Attah, Founder and Leader of PCI to solicit for funds.

In a Press Release issued by the Head of Media of PCI, McLord Ice he indicated that most of the these people are believed to be members who no longer worship with the Church.

“Attention has been drawn to the fact that some members, who no longer worship with us, are fraudulently using the name of Apostle Francis Amoako Attah to solicit for funds,” he stated.

According to him, these people do so by telling their unsuspecting victims that Apostle Francis Amoako Attah had given them specific spiritual direction to perform and that in order to do so, they needed money so as to meet the deadline.

“They are nothing working in the name of Apostle,” McLord Ice stated.

He averred that the office of the Apostle dissociates itself from such act, because the Honorable Man of God has never given anyone such spiritual directions where they will be going round asking for money. He also insisted that, “The Apostle Francis Amoako Attah you all know will assist anyone who needs help and will never ask you to go begging. Please be vigilant and wise. The office of the Apostle is doing everything possible to bring such fraudsters and perpetrators to the law.”

He also appealed to the general public to reach the administrative office of the Apostle for any clarification on 0243001844.

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Francis Amoako McLord Ice PCI PCI Cautions Parliament Chapel International


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