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Worshippers of Christ Embassy church asked to pay N1000 as gate-fee for New Year Eve’s service

Members of Christ Embassy Church in Lagos, South-West Nigeria, were asked to pay N1000 as gate fee for New Year’s Eve service.  Indigent members who could not afford the N1, 000 tickets, were denied access and sent back by security men at the gate, it was learnt. The church, a source said, realised about N25 million from about 25, 000 members who bought the tickets. It was gathered that the church informed its members that it decided to impose a gate fee to control the huge crowd that always besiege the church on the New Year’s Eve church service.

“Pastor (Chris Oyakhilome) said that to control the crowd and only allow genuine members who could do anything to be in church, it was good to pay a gate fee. Last year for instance, even senior pastors in the church could not secure a seat in the church on New Year’s Eve service,” revealed a credible source.

Source: nigeriafilms.com

That is in addition to the exorbitant Offertory and tithes the worshippers would be persuaded to pay during the course of the ‘religious’ service. The end is indeed nigh!

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6 comments on “Worshippers of Christ Embassy church asked to pay N1000 as gate-fee for New Year Eve’s service

  1. florence Nkeng
    January 8, 2011

    Mmmmmm.We don’t really have to say much about this but let’s leave the judgement for God cos him alone knows the heart of every man

  2. giovinnistars
    January 11, 2011

    Gretti, can you email me. I been trying to get in contact with you. Email me asAp

  3. T! Ntemgwa
    January 11, 2011

    True Florence, however they could impose a first-come-first-enter basis for admission. This way it will be win-win!

  4. abanga marie angele
    January 14, 2011

    i can only say poor J who came in a donkey corney leaved a honey begger life died short of the most wanted and now with his name the rich get richer and the poor… i dare not conclude, anyway we thank God everybody has his own time to GO

  5. servant of God
    May 14, 2011

    I agree with the entry fee having been to meetings by the mighty man of God pastor chris. No matter the size of venue there is never ever enough space. Praise the lord for the revival in nigeria. Keep up the good work pastor chris.

  6. papadot
    August 6, 2011

    During the time of Jesus he never asked for gate pass, he had millions of followers, he would have made more money if he did asked for money from people who wanted to meet him. God bless the church, they have there reasons.

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