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City Harvest deputy also assisting in probe
Mon, Jun 07, 2010
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PASTOR Tan Ye Peng, a founding member of City Harvest Church (CHC) and Senior Pastor Kong Hee's deputy, is among those assisting the authorities in an investigation arising from complaints about the alleged misuse of church funds.

The church in Jurong was told this during the Chinese language service yesterday. Mr Tan, who heads the Chinese section, was not present.

Pastor Joseph Ang, who led the service, told the congregation that both Mr Tan and Mr Kong were resting so they could continue to assist in the police investigation.


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