- SPAC Nation admits that it is facing some challenges with the reported investigation by the United Kingdom
- The church, speaking through its founder Tobi Adegboyega, says it is fighting what it called beasts which include envy, falsehood and incompetence
- The worship centre expressed optimism that it would overcome its current plight
SPAC Nation, a Nigerian church based in the United Kingdom which is reported to be under investigation by the British authorities, has reacted to the development.
The church's founder, Tobi Adegboyega, simply said in the terse comment on social media that the religious body is fighting some 'beasts'.
While expressing optimism that it would be victorious in the fight, it named the 'beasts' to include envy, falsehood, incompetence, and race.
The church also released a photograph and videos of members worshipping on Sunday, December 15, to prove that it is not really perturbed by its current plight.
The church described London as a 'stabbing city' with young people dying almost daily despite big budgets.
It showed a photograph of some knives and gloves which it said it took off from the streets and handed over to the police.
"We created a new order. No, we don’t donate blood, we took these off the street and handed it to the police.
"We are young and people of colour so it’s easy to attack us!! It’s still black on black. Black peoples are always the first to jump at unresearched news," the church said.
Legit.ng earlier reported that the SPAC Nation, a church-owned by Adegboyega, faced investigation in the UK over allegations that the religious institution urged worshippers to sell their own blood to raise funds.
The church was also accused of asking members to take out loans in order to pay for the church's lavish spending.
The UK charity commission has ordered the church to bank all its money during the period of the investigation into the financial dealings of the religious institution
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