Church’s Accountant Sentenced To 18 Years In Prison For Stealing Tithe And Offering

The accountant of the Church of Brethren in Nigeria, Ibrahim Aku has been sentenced to 18 years in prison for fraud.

Aku defrauded the church of N15.5 million (money gotten from offerings, donations and tithes) between 2016 and 2018. The convict who pleaded guilty to charges of forgery and obtaining money by false pretense, was sentenced to 18 years in prison without an option of fine.

The former Church accountant who was busted after presenting forged tellers as evidence of payment of money entrusted in his care, was ordered to pay back the money as restitution to the church by a Federal High Court judge who also directed the anti-graft agency to sell the proceeds of the crime recovered during its investigation and remit the money to the church.

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  1. I am against theft of any nature but let’s (Christians) see this in a honest way. The ultimate book of liberty and life being the holy bible condemns Christians taking fellow Christians to court in whatever reasons that it is better to suffer loss than to take a brother to this sin filled court. Pastor of this church, shame on you and the day you where born! Because of money, you took a brother to the law instead of the elders of the church. If this fellow survive it, will he still pay to redemption? We serve Jehovah over do! Is it not his house money? When God needs money for a place that’s truly his house, he gets it with ease. Remember when Jesus the Messiah needed money he got it from the mouth a fish, can you still remember that a thief was his treasurer. God punish your generations hungry fake pastors! Amin!

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