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VIDEO: Shatta Wale Slams Duncan Williams & Pastors Chasing Members Online For Tithes; Says They’re Scammers & Sakawa Men

Shatta Wale Slams Duncan Williams & Pastors Chasing Members Online For Tithes; Says They're Scammers & Sakawa Men

Controversial Dancehall artiste, Charles Nii Armah Mensah professionally known as Shatta Wale has descended heavily on Ghanaian men of God, including Archbishop Duncan Williams for chasing members for tithes online in this critical coronavirus moment.

According to Shatta Wale in an interview on 4syte TV, these men of God are scammers and hardened sakawa men who are just in for the money and not the welfare of their church members.

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Shatta Wale believes that chasing members on the internet for tithes amidst coronavirus pandemic is totally wrong and shouldn’t be tolerated. He thinks it’s a good time for these men of God to give to their members after collecting tithes from them all these years.

Controversial Shatta Wale fumed;

“We are in a period where I don’t think pastors should even try that…you understand me? Your members come to church and they give collection, now there is a problem. The collections they gave like for the past 30 years, where are those collections?

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Okay like you can say your collections for the past 30 years, where can I buy some rice or yam or things for you. but as at now that Coronavirus is killing your church members, some of your church members don’t even have cars, some don’t have houses…they rent and you’re still collecting tithes online?”

Some two weeks ago, the business owner of Action Chapel International, Archbishop Duncan Williams posted his accounts numbers on his official Instagram page for members to deposit their tithes and this jab from Shatta Wale is pointed directly at Duncan Williams’ forehead.

Watch the interview below…

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