City Harvest leaders: Nothing wrong about discreetly funding Sun Ho

City Harvest leaders: Nothing wrong about discreetly funding Sun Ho
Kong Hee, founder of City Harvest Church (CHC), walking hand-in-hand with his wife, singer Ho Yeow Sun, popularly known as Sun Ho, outside the Subordinate Courts on Sept 16, 2013. CHC leaders had done nothing wrong in being discreet about funding Ms Ho's career and auditors had found nothing amiss as well, a court heard on Thursday

SINGAPORE - In fact, it was "common" for churches to discreetly fund evangelism projects with a "secular face" in countries that disapprove of open gospel preaching, the defence for six church leaders said. That said, all of the church's allegedly illegal financial transactions had been vetted by accounting firm Baker Tilly TFW, which raised no concerns. The firm signed off on the church's 2007 and 2008 financial statements when some of the transactions took place, the defence noted.

 


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