Efia Odo blast Mensah Otabil & others for telling members to pay tithes through MOMO


Ghanaian actress and video vixen Efia Odo born Andrea Owusu has descended heavily on Archbishop Duncan Williams and Pastor Mensah Otabil for asking their members to pay offertory and tithes via Mobile money (MOMO) as churches are not allowed to hold church services amid the coronavirus outbreak in the country.

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Recalled that the president of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Addo Darkwa Akufo-Addo announced the suspension of public gatherings which included churches, weddings, funerals and all workshops for four weeks to encourage social distancing in order to control the spread of the coronavirus.

On the back of encouraging social distancing and churches not been allowed to hold services, some churches have devised a new way to milk money from their already poor church members by holding a live church service with presumable people who are not more 25, asking that those who are at home pay their offerings and tithes through a Mobile Money number they have provided.

Efia Odo has blasted many popular men of God including Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams and Pastor Mensah Otabil for refusing to let monies of his congregants rest during this period of ‘no-church’ service.

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Efia Odo took to twitter to attack such churches and their leaders. Because according to her, this certainly is not the time for churches to put their selfish interests above that of its members.

She posited that instead of pursing members for their tithes and offerings, they can take this opportunity to supply items like hand sanitizers and even extend their churches to the homeless.

Her post reads; “Instead of asking for your members to pay offerings/tithes from home by using mobile money or cash app. Some people can’t even go to work due to this pandemic and y’all have the nerve to be asking for them to send money! Lives are at stake here, get serious and stop playing with GOD.”

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