Customers storm Church to demand their locked-up investment

Last Sunday, customers of EL Real Estates and Tikowre Capital stormed the Church of Prophet Kelvin Kwesi Kobiri which is the Zoe Outreach Embassy to demand their locked-up investments.

According to these aggrieved persons who are mostly men and some of the members of the Outreach revealed they were convinced by the founder and leader of the East Legon-based church to invest hundreds of cedis with EL Real Estates and Tikowre Capital.

They continued and said attempts since last year to withdraw their dividends, principal from the two entities allegedly owned by the head pastor Kelvin Kwesi Kobiri have proven futile.

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They alleged that all efforts by them to have a discussion with Pastor Kelvin Kobiri have also not been successful.

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“We want our money because you call him [Mr. Kobiri] and he does not pick your calls and when he does he will only insult you.

“He has become very arrogant after taking our money,” one of the disgruntled customers who said he has ¢1 million investment.

“We know he is a man of God and so we trusted him. Some of us have been with the church for a very long time and being a senior pastor we trusted him more that is why we saved out money with him,” another unhappy customer said.

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Yet again, another man who said he invested ¢500,000 with EL Real Estates upon the recommendation of Mr Kobiri said he wants his money back.

The men told a Joy news reporter that during one of Zoe Outreach Embassy’s service, the founder and leader introduced them to the service and they trusted him so they invested their monies in the entities.

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But since November last year, all attempts to access their funds have been fruitless.

According to eyewitnesses, the disgruntled customers initially entered the church when worship was ongoing which caused a scuffle and threatened to disrupt the service.

One of the aggrieved customers was reportedly slapped during the scuffle. Security has been beefed up to forestall any further skirmishes.

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Attempt to get a response from the leadership of the church has proven futile so far.

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Qwame is currently a student of the University of Ghana where he is pursuing a degree in Public Administration. He is a delighted Staff at Ghpage gratefully working hard to cause a change in the world. Loves to read, play football, video games, and researching at his spare time.