Bankrupt Angolan businessman accuses IURD of defrauding him by 700 million kwanzas
The Angolan citizen says that, in three years, the Universal Church of the Kingdom of God (IURD) took everything from him, the house, top of the range vehicle (V8) and land. Today he lives on the street and, as a protest, he decided to settle, with his wife and two children, in front of the condominium where the church’s pastors and bishops reside
A member of the IURD for almost 10 years, the ex-businessman explained that the method used by pastors and bishops to withdraw their money was through ‘holy campfire chains’, during which he was coerced to participate, by pastors, after that his mother and one of the sisters died in a short time from illness.
The citizen, who requested anonymity because he believed that the bishops of the IURD are protected by high-ranking officials of the state, said that the 700 million kwanzas (8.8 million euros) were gradually withdrawn from him, through the delivery of live money. and bank transfers, in Church accounts, at BFA and BIC banks, the proofs of which (some) sent to OPAÍS.
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