Musician and sympathizer of the governing New Patriotic Party, Kwame A Plus has expressed worry over the excitement of some Christians for the closure of UT Bank because a co-founder of the bank does not believe in tithing.
There is a writeup making rounds on Social media which reads “”Prince Amoabeng, former CEO of UT bank once said that, he doesn’t believe in *tithing* and therefore do not pay *tithes*.
He further added that, it is only fools who go and give their monies to pastors in the name of *tithing*.
He was very happy and proud when he said that.
*_But three years after his ignoramus statement, I woke up today to only read from newspapers that his UT empire is on the verge on collapsing and GCB has taken over_.*
I wonder what might be going through his head now.
You’re not wiser than God. *Tithing* is not something you give to God in a form of favor. Tithing is what you owe God. Don’t let anyone deceive you.
Don’t try to outsmart God.”
But Kwame A Plus is worried about the thinking of the Christians who came up with the write up all in the name of mocking an accomplished man who has provided a job for a number of Ghanaians.
In replying the person behind the write-up Kwame who is known to be a hater of the church said “Christians are happy that a local businessman who employs many has fallen just because he does not believe in giving to some #Gbemi pastor!!! I thought your bible said don’t even rejoice when your enemy falls? You see your life….?”