Gospel group said to be in debt.

LIMPOPO’S biggest gospel group, Worship House, is allegedly in a cash crisis.

Sources told Sunday Sun the group’s live DVD will be used as collateral to pay back borrowed money.

It is said Bishop Isaac Dagada of Christ Worship House owes money to the businesses he hired in May.

That’s when the group recorded the 12th edition of the praise album – and its fifth exclusive worship album.
Gospel groupWorship Houseduring one of their performances.
“He owes the guys who provided the sound system and hasn’t paid the TV station that recorded the DVD.

“The station won’t hand over the DVD until he pays them,” said a source.

The source said the sound guy had nothing to use as security and is fuming.

“He (the sound man) ruined a perfectly planned show in Pretoria as Worship House was performing.

“They said he switched the sound off when Worship House came on stage,” said the source.

Sunday Sun has learnt the bishop allegedly owes the sound system owner over R100 000. Promoter Lawrence Ramashoane said: “I think the sound has been tampered with. It was bad because Worship House was booked to perform. I paid for them.”

Hendrick Nomalili of Murangi Production, the company accused of tempering with the sound, confirmed the bishop owes them but distanced themselves from sabotaging Worship House.

“The people I work with have families I also have a family and we all want to be paid.“As a man of God, I believed him every time he promised to pay but till today nothing. If we wanted him to pay us, we could have stopped the show, but we are better than that,” he said.

For his part, the bishop said: “You owe people money, I owe people money That’s something I won’t discuss in the media. The issue of payment is between those I owe and myself.”
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