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Video: ‘Lord let their wives be barren’ – Embattled pastor sued over bad investments curses ‘disloyal’ junior pastors

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Embattled pastor struggling to refund locked up investments of his church members has rained curses on his junior pastors for disloyalty.

Head Pastor of  Zoe Outreach Embassy Church, Kelvin Kwesi Kobiri who is also the leader and founder of the defunct EL Real Estates and Tikowre Capital rained the curses in a video that has gone viral.

He pronounced generational curses, hardship, bareness, and difficulty on the families of his pastors.

“Lord and unto those who chose to scatter this ministry especially the pastors who left this ministry and left with members of this ministry, which they do not account for as individuals, Lord let their wives be barren, let all fruitfulness be cast from them….”

“ I curse their generations, I curse the generations before them and after them, let there be chaos in their families, lets your pestilence fall upon them from this day, let there be sickness from the root of their families to the generation that is unborn, epileptic, HIV/AIDS….” he went on and on.

In June 2019, some aggrieved customers of his investment company, Tikowre Capital besieged his church premise to demand their locked-up funds.

According to them, they were convinced by Pastor Kobiri to invest with EL Real Estates and Tikowrie Capital; but have not been able to withdraw their dividends or principal since November 2018.

This incident greatly affected the membership of the church as some members and junior pastors who did not want to be associated with him left.

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