BNI should arrest Mensa Otabil and Matthew Ashimolowo for fraud – Kumchacha

The founder and leader of Heaven’s Gate Ministry International, Nicholas Osei popularly known as ‘Kumchacha‘ has expressed disappointment in the founder of International Central Gospel Church, Pastor Dr. Mensa Otabil and Nigerian clergyman, Matthew Ashimolowo for the ‘special miracle’ offering at the recently held Greater Works Conference held at the Independence Square in Accra.

Kumchacha claimed the two renowned Pastors have defrauded members of the church, adding that they should be arrested by The Bureau of National Investigations (BNI).

According to him, the fictitious means used by the two men of God at the event to outwit the members for an unjustified ’24’ hours instant miracle was purely business.

“If you look at what Pastors Dr. Mensa Otabil and Matthew Ashimolowo did was total business. What they did was fraud so they should be arrested by the BNI,” Kumchacha told Gatuso on Aben Wo Ha Show.

Giving reason with regards to giving time frame for God’s miracles, Kumchacha said it is unwarranted to give specific hours or days to anxious members of the church who seek miracles from God since He (God) works in His own time not according to the set time one gives to Him.

“We men of God aren’t God to tell you that when you give offering you will get the result that same day, We’re not God… So what if it doesn’t happen then you’ve become a liar. Let’s not boast of tomorrow because we don’t know what happens tomorrow (Proverbs 27). When someone is giving offering, it should be done by the will of the giver. You as a pastor can’t give 24 hour miracle… You’re not God,” Kumchacha added.

The notice promised “Millionaire Status” for anyone who gave an offering of $5,000 or GHC21,500. For “100% Life Improvement” believers would have to make an offering of $100 or GHC425.Image result for Greater Works offering