N5 million Rice supply: First Baptist church not involved -President

By Daniel Tyokua 
The president Nigerian Baptist convention, Dr Israel Akanji has disclosed that the church never had rice business transaction with any supplier to the sum of N5 million.
He stated this on Monday while briefing journalists at the Church headquarters in Garki, on the activities of a fraudster, who he said want to drag the church into mud.
According to him, one Emmanuel claimed that he was asked by the church to supply rice, and  went to the media claiming that he had made the supply worth five million and the church only paid him five hundred thousand as part of the money.
“Last Friday I recieved a call from a radio station in Abuja, asking me whether my church or I had a rice transaction with one man, Emmanuel. According to Brekete Radio that called me, that the man say he supply rice to our church but we refused to pay him.
“Sometime in May this year, one man came to our church here, that he was looking for one pastor Philips, that he asked him to supply rice which he did and it worth M5 million. I then called all the pastors outside but he didn’t identify the pastor he claimed among them.”
Akanji stated that the church was not involved in rice supply transaction business with any person or supplier, and will never be part of crooked arrangement.
“There is no how the church will enter into rice transaction without any written agreement or document backing it, again the  church transactions are done in the public and within its premises” he said.
He asked the man to steer clear of the church and go to the place or store where he did the supply.
According to him, “I asked the man where he supply the rice, he say it was in Dei-Dei under the bridge, later again he claimed that he supply it at a store somewhere, it is very clear that the man was duped by fraudsters and not the church”
The President who is also the senior pastor of First Baptist church, Garki in Abuja, said the church activities are open and are always being carried out within church premises.

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