The Ghanian pastor is said to have continuously asked his church congregation to give out tithe to receive more blessings. The church gave all they could but as days went by, their blessings showed no signs of knocking on their doors.
The young pastor was nabbed while entering a government building compound with his wife seated at the passenger’s seat. Fruriated, the youth of his church pounced on the preacher and his wife and gave them a thorough beating.
While roughing them up, they demanded that the pastor gave them back the tithes they had given at the church or else face their wrath. His wife tried pleading with the youths as his husband was clobbered mercilessly.
Watch the video below of Church members beat up Pastor for buying a luxury range-rover with tithe money, viewer discretion is advised:
Here were some reactions:
Samgoody Okwuta: Great. More of this may help stop the money Hungry thieves called pastors in Africa
EagleMan Joseph Kutuley Greg Nwoko: This pastor runs an investment company that has not been able to pay the returns to those who put money in there.
Kamogelo Doda Modiselle: Tithing is meant for church-related services and the benefit of the congregation. If the need and disparity in the church live far from the image and possessions the pastor acquires through tithes then people are at liberty to demand their money.
Tithing is define as money destined to help the needy, people should pay tithe and most certainly to a man of God. What they need to ensure is to see that the man of God spend the money for the purpose for which it is destined. But for Man of God to buy a range-rover with tithe money is completely controversial and should not happen in the first place. But yet I feel sorry for the supposed man of God because the Christian could have look for a more polite way to address the issue.