Ex-CHC leader Chew Eng Han admitted he sought to leave Singapore, as he 'felt injustice' in High Court case

SINGAPORE – Former City Harvest Church (CHC) leader Chew Eng Han admitted during investigations that he had sought to leave Singapore, as he “felt injustice” over his High Court case involving the misuse of church funds, a district court heard on Monday (Sept 24).

On the first day of his trial, Deputy Public Prosecutor Christopher Ong said Chew, 58, had also stated during investigations that he did “not want to be convicted”.