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(UPDATED) City Harvest Church says it is "saddened" by the resignation of Chew Eng Han, a co-defendant in the church's embezzlement suit.

Update (July 1, 2013): Former City Harvest Church fund manager Chew Eng Han has announced his resignation. Chew, a co-defendant in the church's case, noted that his decision came after months of deliberation and only as a result of the breach between teaching and practice he saw at the church. He said in a personal statement that "leadership cannot be measured by words but by action. Nobody qualifies to lead, or to preach what he cannot practise in real life."

City Harvest Church leadership issued a response attributing Chew's claims to his "personal views" and urging the church to remain unified. The church's full statement is below.

Dear Brothers and Sisters, We are saddened by news of Chew Eng Han's decision to leave City Harvest Church, which he announced yesterday. Business Breakthrough Group Limited (BBG), which Eng Han leads, has also decided to exit from the spiritual covering of CHC and become independent. While we can understand ...
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