Complaint / review / scam report
Border to Border Christian Fellowship
Charity Defrauding good people

It is our belief that Border to Border Christian Fellowship (bbcf)is involved in a Nigerian-style scam. Its website alleges that its spiritual funder, "Mama Nangulu", a white woman is its leader- so that white people can think the organization is white.Be warned the organization has no legal status in Canada and is not registered in accordance with the laws of the land. Money sent through third parties, such as the Rock and River Congregation, Missauga disappears. This is not the first time Ayienga has used white people to give himself a "white image" and con unspecting members of the public.

The only good thing to his credit is that he has given kids BBCF t-shirts, which actually they did not need. Ayienga did so to market his company and cover up mismanagemet of funds.

Recently, when challenged, he has stated that some of the projects had ceased.

Ayienga is a racist and things he is "white", Busia people are not interested in him and money received by false pretences. He has not lived in Busia and his white woman and kids are alienated from our experiences.

Mr Michael Alemu and other canadians were mislead when they visited Busia as they were surrounded only by Ayienga's scamming aides.

Be warned do not sent money to the Rock and River and or Mr Ayienga.
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Offender: Border to Border Christian Fellowship

Country: Canada   Province: Ontario

Category: Religion, Society, Culture


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