Churches in Ghana Are No More Church but Shopping Malls- Gospel Musician

Kings Entertainment signee Benjamin Kusi popularly known as Mr. Benjamin has throw shades on churches that sell products for its members.

The ‘false prophet’ hitmaker is in support of the view that churches across the country must be taxed.

During an interview on Space FM with Joe Bullet in Sunyani, the Belgian based gospel musician Mr. Benjamin noted that a church that sells oil, stickers, ‘holy water’, calendars, hand bandles, handkerchiefs among others are no longer a church but shopping malls.Churches in Ghana Are No More Church but Shopping Malls- Gospel Musician

Background

President Akufo-Addo has backed calls for churches in the country to be taxed, grounding his position on the fact that churches have now moved into the realm of wealth creation and prosperity.

Nana Akufo-Addo observed church priests now “compete to show who is the more powerful and who is the richer,” something he said makes sense for the public to call for them to be taxed.

Mr. Benjamin is, therefore, backing President Nana Akufo-Addo to start with the taxing of churches.

Source: King Setho

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