Popular radio pundit and team member of dancehall artist Stonebwoy, Kwame Agyemang Berko popularly known as Kwame Rasta has attacked leader and founder of Lighthouse Chapel International Bishop Dag Heward-Mills over the recent scandalous investigation against his church.
As Ghanaontheglobe.com readers recall, 6 Pastors of Lighthouse Chapel have resigned over abuse and some circumstances. A post by Bishop Dag that angered Kwame Rasta was, “The love of Jesus is greater love because He sacrificed Himself for us. Jesus did not give us money, houses or cars as some do; He laid down His life! He gave His life for us.”
Angry Kwame Rasta replied with offensive words like, “Wrong timing for this kinda fuckin tweet. . . Or you don’t have any sense of shame?”
Six Pastors Of Lighthouse Chapel Shockingly Resigns; Sue Church Over Abuse And Unpaid Arrears
According to information reaching Ghanontheglobe.com, an investigation by Edwin Appiah of The Fourth Estate has uncovered Six(6) Pastors from Lighthouse Chapel International (now UD-OLGC) who have sued the church over unpaid arrears and abuse.
The Six Pastor (two of them are bishops) of Lighthouse Chapel International (now UD-OLGC) have resigned from the church over tales of abuse and trauma they suffered while serving the church in and outside Ghana.
Forty-five(45)-year-old Former Bishop of Lighthouse Chapel International, Larry Odonkor, discovered that the church had defaulted in paying his pension contribution after he resigned in 2020. According to him Lighthouse Chapel International did not pay his mandatory pension contribution for a cumulative 14 years.
Five of his colleagues in the ministry— a bishop, three reverend ministers, and a pastor—were not paid their Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) contributions in full. Some did not have even a single month of their SSNIT contributions paid at all.
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Together, these six ministers of God laboured for a cumulative 42 years and five months without the payment of their pension contributions, which employers are mandated by law to pay on behalf of their employees.
They worked in Lighthouse but their future, life after retirement is dark, they say.
They say they were drawn into the ministry by their spiritual father, founder and Presiding Bishop of the church they served, Dag Heward-Mills. Most of them, who served as student-leaders in the gospel, say they were not given employment letters. There was no formal employer-employee relationship when they transitioned into full-time service of the Lord after graduation.
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The six have resigned from the church for various reasons and dragged the Lighthouse Chapel International, which used to be the epicentre of their spiritual and social lives, to court. They are praying the court to compel the church to pay [Continue Reading]
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