A Nigerian pastor in the U.K is under investigation for a lot of shady practices which are going on in his church.
Pastor Tobi Adegboyega is founder and leader of the church SPAC Nation.
Tobi is in trouble with authorities as the Charity Commission has opened up an investigation into his church, according to Sahara Reporters.
According to the report, the church encourages members to raise money for its activities by selling their blood to medical researchers.
The practise is known as ‘bleeding for seed’, and it sees church members, including teenagers, donating their blood for medical trials.
Other worrying practises in the church include members being ‘encouraged’ to raise £100,000 a week through any means necessary, whether they had to “beg, borrow or steal”.
All this money is put into the church, allowing the pastor to drive a Rolls Royce and live an extravagant life.
In light of these allegations, detailed in different media reports over several years, the Charity Commission announced its investigation.
“The Charity Commission said it has opened an inquiry into SPAC Nation to probe financial and safeguarding concerns after claims emerged that pastors had encouraged worshippers to take out loans in order to pay for the church’s lavish spending,” the Mail on Sunday reported.
39-year-old Pastor Tobi Adegboyega is a Nigerian national who took up residency in Britain in 2015. He’s said to be a cousin of Star Wars actor John Boyega.