Meet Ogboni Woman, The Founder Of 7 C&S White Garment Churches In Lagos, Ekiti…

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June 28, 2014 – Ogboni Woman Owns 7 C & S, White Garment Churches In Lagos, Ekiti & Ondo

Meet Ogboni ,Prophetess The Founder Of  7 C & S, White Garment Churches In Lagos, Ekiti & Ondo

Meet Ifafunke Adeoye Eritosin, Ogboni cultist, Founder of 7 Cherubim & Seraphim’s Churches

Here is the part 2 of the first interview granted by an Ogboni man,

What is your name?

I’m Lady Captain Ifafunke Adeoye Eritosin. My title of Lady Captain is the highest for a woman in the Cher­ubim and Seraphim Church. I have seven churches spread across Lagos, Ekiti and Ondo states. The head­quarters of the church is located at Igbo-Olomu, in Lagos State.

How old are you?

I’m 54 years old. I have been a prophetess in the Cherubim and Seraphim Church for over 25 years.

When did you become a member of the Ogboni fraternity?

I was born into Ogboni family. My late father was the Oluwo Ogboni in Iyin Ekiti in Ekiti State. However, I started my missionary work later when I grew up. I was first an Og­boni member before I started missionary work. My position in Saala Ogboni Fellowship of Nigeria is Olori Obinrin, that is the women leader.

How do you manage to combine your role as Og­boni leader with church duties?

There is no stress at all. My Christian duties have never conflicted with my functions in Ogboni group. My members in the church are aware of my membership of the Ogboni. There was a time some C & S leaders summoned me, and asked me to choose between the church and the Ogboni.

I explained to them that there was no way I could sever my relationship with the Ogboni because I was born as a member, and not only that, my late father was Oluwo of Ogboni in Iyin Ekiti. The development led to an argument among the church leaders, and at the end of the day they unanimously agreed that I should remain in the church. Some leaders in the church that day openly acknowledged that I have been an asset to the church and therefore that my remaining in the church would be of benefit to the growth of the ministry of Christ. I regu­larly attend meetings in the Ogboni and in the church.

How would you react to allegations by some min­isters of God that Ogboni is evil?

As far as I’m concerned those who say so are ignorant, and not only that, some of them are also hypocrites. You ask why I say they are hypocrites? Many of them, and I make bold to say so do come to our meetings in the Ogboni Fellowship to beg that we should grant them power that will make their church grow.

I have lost count of pastors who have come to me seeking power that will make their church membership grow. There is nothing wrong with use of herbs and leaves to cure and heal people.

I use my membership of the Ogboni to help people pro­gress and prosper in life. I had one house before I joined Saala Ogboni, but now I have six houses in Lagos and Ekiti states.

Are all members of your family in the Ogboni?

Yes, we are all one. It is a pity that many Nigerians have wrong opinion about Ogboni. Some deliberately out of mis­chief label us with all kinds of names. But you only need to attend our meeting, and now dechief label us with all kinds of names. But you cide or judge if we are evil or not.­

For those who have come to worship in my church, when I pray for them, I don’t hesitate to tell them what I see in vision, whether such a person’s condition requires that he should carry out proprietary sacrifice that will in­volve killing of goat or bird. I also prepare soap and oil in the native way to cure ail­ments.

How do you feel after preparing charms and other items for pastors to help their church grow, and these ministers later turn round to condemn Ogboni as evil?

Don’t forget that out of every 12 disciples there will always be a Judas. It is true that some of them often criticise and condemn Ogboni as evil, but will come later to beg us that they have to do that as part of their plan to get membership.

If I decide to talk about what some of these pastors do in order to become somebody, many Nigerians would be shocked. We bathe for some of them in the middle of the night. We will continue to assist people because as Ogboni members our own motto is also ser­vice to humanity.

 

For those who have come to worship in my church, when I pray for them, I don’t hesitate to tell them what I see in vision, whether such a person’s condition requires that he should carry out proprietary sacrifice that will in­volve killing of goat or bird. I also prepare soap and oil in the native way to cure ail­ments.

How do you feel after preparing charms and other items for pastors to help their church grow, and these ministers later turn round to condemn Ogboni as evil?

Don’t forget that out of every 12 disciples there will always be a Judas. It is true that some of them often criticise and condemn Ogboni as evil, but will come later to beg us that they have to do that as part of their plan to get membership.

If I decide to talk about what some of these pastors do in order to become somebody, many Nigerians would be shocked. We bathe for some of them in the middle of the night. We will continue to assist people because as Ogboni members our own motto is also ser­vice to humanity.

From the look of things, these cultists are promoting their cult.

[Interview By Daily Sun]