I’m Tired Of Organizing iYes With My Own Money, I Need Help – Pastor Brain Cries On National Youth Authority

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Pastor Brian Amoateng

The iYES Conference, a youth-oriented program which has over the last five years positively informed, educated and empowered its participants to take over the nation in every aspect, through the right teachings and training of the many celebrated personalities who have mounted the stage, have always been solely funded by the iYES Foundation, led by Pastor Brian Amoateng.

Even though Pastor Brian Amoateng has never called on benevolent people to come on board financially to help him do this great work they have been embarking on, he has complained bitterly this year during the first edition ever to be held in Kumasi.

Speaking at the Kumasi edition of this year’s conference, the motivational speaker charged the National Youth Authority to try and help him financially, because the cost involved is becoming difficult to bear alone by the foundation.

He revealed during his speech at the Great Hall of KNUST that on numerous occasions, he flies people from other countries to help organize the beautiful and educative conference, a cost that has been huge to handle for him.

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It should be noted that for the Kumasi conference which came start from March 15 and will end on March 17, Pastor Brain flew into the country, one of Nollywood’s finest actresses called Chioma Akpatho to impart knowledge and share her experience with the youth who attended the conference.

During his plea to the National Youth Authority, the founder and leader of London Prayer Center revealed that he pumped a little over Gh400,000 on the Kumasi edition of the annual event, an amount he might not be able to raise again next year if he does not get help from the authority.

Watch the video of Pastor Brain making this bitter complain below:


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