Join the survey: Should churches open their accounts for public scrutiny?

Join the survey: Should churches open their accounts for public scrutiny?

The Financial Regulatory Council of Nigeria (FRC) recently announced a new law that sought to ensure among other things that the accounts of nonprofit organisations including churches are made more open.
The law triggered a number of things including the resignation of the Pastor Enoch Adeboye as the national overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, one of the largest churches in the country.
It also sparked a confrontation between some government officials that led to the sack of the Mr Jim Obazee, the FRC secretary.
But what do you think, should the accounts of churches be made more open for all, especially members to see?

 

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