Photos have emerged of frustrated Zoe Outreach Embassy members pitching camp at the premises of their church to demand their locked up investments made into the defunct Tikowre Capital at Obojo in Accra.
The photos, which were shared by Joy News reporter, Joseph Ackah Blay on Sunday morning, have the distressed investors lying on the floor with the presence of some police officers.
Reports say even though church service had been scheduled to come off at 9:00 am, the premises is locked, delaying, or ta best, preventing the church from taking place.
Some of the aggrieved investors have accused the leader of the church, Kelvin Kwesi Kobiri, of developing an arrogant posture anytime the issue of their investment came up.
“He has become very arrogant after taking our money,” one of the disgruntled customers who said he has ¢1 million investment has said.
“We know he is a man of God and so we trusted him. Some of us have been with the church for a very long time and being a senior pastor we trusted him more that is why we saved out money with him,” another unhappy customer said.
Yet again, another man who said he invested ¢500,000 with EL Real Estates upon the recommendation of Mr Kobiri said he wants his money back.
Watch the photos below: