Millions more in cash seized at Pastors home

Millions more in cash seized at Pastors home

Following his initial disclosure and submission of just under 29 million dollars in 100 dollar cotton notes to the Central Bank for conversion to new polymer notes on December 31st. Over a million dollars was seized at the Church and La Romaine home of Pastor Vinworth Dayal.

Po­lice carried out a search and seized mil­lions more in cash at the Third Ex­o­dus As­sem­bly Church in Long­denville head­ed by Pas­tor Vin­worth Day­al late Thurs­day evening. Officers also raided a La Romaine house allegedly belonging to the Pastor which was occupied by relatives.

The raid was carried out by of­fi­cers of the Fi­nan­cial In­tel­li­gence Unit (FIU) of the Trinidad and To­ba­go Po­lice Ser­vice with the help of the Fi­nan­cial In­tel­li­gence Branch (FIB). The authorities continued their probe in­to the fi­nan­cial op­er­a­tions at the church seeking more information and evidence following the voluntary submission of the initial 29 million by the Pastor.

At the church, in­ves­ti­ga­tors indicated they found large sums of $20, $10, $5 and $1 notes in a large cab­i­net. Some of the cash was in envelopes which were from members of the congregation according to the Pastor.
Investigations are continuing.

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    Solomon Njeru 4 months

    Obviously churches receive tithe from members.
    Eg Some Mega USA might be receiving similar per day- hence the obligations also.
    Let the Trinidad and Tobago and the government financial control also do soul searching. The Pastor must have keeping tithe and offering money because the government and financial institution has no good financial control and Pastor has no confidence in them. Many churches have fat banks account and to keep money to himself is not a crime because it an alternative to keep money.Go to Japan most old people keep money on home banks.This should not raise storm anywhere Pastor has done nothing wrong and unbanking the money there is no wrong. If you are given unsolicited money and keep it where is the crime.
    The money seem huge but the church has huge responsibilities to meet.
    Stop scadalizing.
    Solomon Njeru

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      MAXINE 1 month

      AMEN MY BROTHER…TO MUCH IS GIVEN MUCH IS REQUIRED. HE NOT ONLY PASTOR OTHER CHURCHES IN THE REGION BUT OVERSEES IN ABROAD

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    Billie Chappell 3 months

    This is not only a Pastor, Truly a man of God ; God is use this man in of mighty way all over the world,Heavily Father please come down with us ,we you now ” to stand with our Pastor to be with him in his hour of need,Father as I write this with tears rolling down my face knowing Heavily Father that everything is going to be well, while I know this because I Asked in Jesus christ name, The True witness

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    hangwani masimbane 3 months

    fellow christens needed help all over the world, raging from church buildings , food, clothing, Christian books , the pastor should have helped through that money than just kept it in his house for long, the pastor has been in many parts of the world and he saw the needs in fellow believers.

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    Hermann 3 months

    Lord God comes and inspire our Pastor how to overcome This situation… You have thé knowlege how to confuse evil in every situation…
    Keep stronger dear Pastor and de Still pray for You… Shalom

    Bro Hermann B from Cameroon

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