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Treasurer, guard involved in Nsimeyong church missing funds’ scandal

Rev. Emmanuel Massok, Secretary of the East Mungo Presbytery (c)All rights reserved

The treasurer, security guard and cleaners of the Presbyterian Church, Nsimeyong in Yaounde are all suspects of the missing F CFA seven million.

According to The Post Newspaper, F CFA 7 million was discovered missing from the church when the Synod conducted auditing exercise in the church recently.  The paper says the treasurer, cleaner, sound system technician and guard are the main suspects.

Meanwhile, the Secretary of the East Mungo Presbytery, Rev. Emmanuel Massok has appealed to Christians to remain calm as investigations to unveil those behind the disappearance of the congregation’s fund continue.

Rev. Massok was speaking on Sunday July 2, during a worship service in Yaounde.

According to him, Christians should be calm because it is the money that has been stolen and not their blessed hands.

“You need to calm and pray for God’s intervention. It is the money that has been stolen and not their hands that are blessed. Your hands are still there. Your blessings are there and the Almighty God will still continue to bless them,” Rev. Massok stated. To him, social pressure should not supersede the case.



Published on 10.02.2021

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