African spiritual counseling to be audited

African spiritual counseling to be audited

The African Spiritual Counseling Center (ASCC) is to be reviewed and audited by the United States Office of Special Counsel, the office said.

The African-American group, which was founded in 1979, has a mission to help people in Africa overcome spiritual obstacles and to help heal communities from spiritual trauma, the OSC said in a statement.

The OSC is responsible for investigating allegations of discrimination against African-Americans and other racial groups.

In 2015, the US Department of Justice opened an investigation into ASCC over allegations that its founder, Rev. William J. Jackson, was illegally conducting church services in the United State.

The office said in January that Jackson was fired in 2017.

Jackson has denied the allegations and said that he is “sickened” by them.