Man in a letter writes the church he attended from 1998 to 2017 to refund his offerings as he said the contributions were not “voluntary” but was done under “undue influence, duress, and intimidation.”
A man has written a letter to the church he attended for 19 years, demanding a refund of all the offerings he has contributed to the church for the period he attended the church.
Dishon Kinyanjui Kinuthia, a Kenyan Christian, took to Twitter to share the letter he wrote to his church while warning that there will be consequences if he doesn’t get a refund on a spiluated date.
Dishon, who used to attend Revival Mission Church, Kabete, in Nairobi, said he was a member from 1997 to 2018 before leaving the church.
He asked the church for a refund of 58,000 KES averaging N200,000 according to his estimation of the amount he has contributed to the church for almost two decades he attended.
He stated the contributions he made to the church were not “voluntary” but was done under “undue influence, duress, and intimidation.” and he is requesting a refund for the stated reason.
He asked the church to deposit the money in his account on or before November 31, 2020, or he will start legal proceedings and charge the church to court .
Read the letter below.
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