Upset by ‘warning’ lettersAN UPSET Andrew Browne, the assistant director of the NAB, talking about his experiences with Ricardo Cumberbatch. ((Picture by Sandy Pitt))
By Carlos Atwell | Tue, August 14, 2012 - 12:08 AM
A “MESSENGER OF GOD” has come under criticism for the harshness in his letters and for being a public nuisance.
Ricardo Cumberbatch admitted to the DAILY NATION yesterday in a telephone interview he had written hundreds of letters, including to prominent people such as Owen Arthur, David Thompson and Tyrone Estwick.
“It is nothing personal; it is the word of God. I have sent letters to hundreds of people, even people outside Barbados. I have sent letters to Senator David Durant, Lucille Baird and even members of my family.
“I will even send you a letter if the spirit moves me; I am a very serious Christian and evangelist and the letters are clear. There are a lot of people who have their priorities wrong and pay little attention to their spiritual selves while a whole lot of sin gets over emphasizedPlease read the full story in today’s DAILY NATION, or in the eNATION edition.
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