6 Pastors Of Lighthouse Chapel Sue Church For Failing To Pay SSNIT

Six employees of the Lighthouse Chapel International have sued the church over what they describe as ill-treatment.

The six, all former pastors who served the church for a period spanning over 40 years have accused the church of failing their Social Security and National Insurance Trust(SSNIT) contributions in full

Some of the former employees did not have even a single month of their SSNIT contributions paid at all.

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They are Larry Odonkor, Emmanuel Oko Mensah, Edem Kofi Amankwa, Seth Sarpong Duncan, Edward Laryea, and Faith Fiakojo.

They have all since resigned from Lighthouse and have sued the church for violating their rights.

United Denominations Originating from the Lighthouse Group of Churches (formerly Lighthouse Chapel International) was founded in 1987 by Dag Heward-Mills and headquartered in Accra, Ghana.

It is considered to be one of the leading charismatic churches in Ghana and has over 3000 branches in many other countries in Africa, Europe, Asia, the Caribbean, Australia, the Middle East, and the Americans.

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