The founder and leader of the International Central Gospel Church, Pastor Mensa Anamoah Otabil has said that the church owes no one apology for how it uses it’s resources.
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Speaking at the 4th Night of the 2018 edition of their annual programme, ‘Greater Works’, Rev Otabil said the church has the right to use it’s resources how it deems fit and hence called on critics of the church to keep quiet.
“If people can pay 150 million dollars for people to run around and kick inflated leather [which] doesn’t solve anyone’s problem, you just shout goal and that is it…then the church owes no one an apology for how it uses its resources, it’s God money not anyone’s money…,” he said while introducing the speaker for the night, Bishop Tudor Bismark from Zimbabwe.
The statement by Pastor Otabil is considered a response to people who has criticised him and the church for charging huge offerings and tithes.
Last year, ICGC and Pastor Otabil were criticised for calling on their church members to come and sow seed for ‘special miracle’ offering.
The comments of Pastor Mensa Otabil has been described by many as a befitting response to critics of the church.