Man Caught On CCTV Stealing Money From Tithe And Offering Box At The RCCG Camp
A close circuit television on the Redemption Camp of the Redeemed Christian Church of God has exposed a man who stole envelopes containing money inside the tithe and offering box in the old auditorium of the camp.
It has also exposed several other people doing odious things on the camp.
This was disclosed by the General Overseer of the church, Pastor Enoch Adeboye during the January 2020 Holy Ghost service of the church at the 3 by 3 kilometer auditorium of the church.
Adeboye who seized the opportunity of the holy ghost service to announce to the congregation that the Redemption Camp now has a CCTV camera said since the camera was inaugurated it has exposed many terrible things going on in the camp.
He said he was shown a clip on the CCTV of a man who went to take envelopes in the tithe and offering box in the old auditorium of the camp. “The man got to the auditorium, checked right and left and found out that nobody was around. Unknown to him the CCTV camera was recording what he was doing. He took the envelopes in the box and stuffed them in his pocket. By the time he was about escaping with the envelopes, a motorbike from the CCTV centre caught up with him and he was apprehended. “Initially he wanted to resist arrest because he claimed to have done nothing. But by the time they searched his pockets they discovered several envelops including tithe, first fruit and offering envelops with money in his pocket. He could not argue again” said Adeboye.
The RCCG G.O said he was shown another recording where a young man broke into a car on the camp and began to take things from the car. Before he could escape with what he stole from the car a bike man from the CCTV centre caught up with him.
He then told the congregation he was mandated to tell the congregation that there is a CCTV camera on the Redemption Camp that records things done in every nook and cranny of the camp. “You all know that there are angels watching over us on camp. But I have been asked to tell you that there is a CCTV camera on the camp which records all that is going on in the camp.