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Corruption: God’ll Judge Pastor Oritsejafor, Oyakhilome & TB Joshua – Christian Group

Sept 29, 2014 – Corruption, Divorce & False Miracles : God’ll Judge Pastor Oritsejafor, Chris Oyakhilome & Prophet TB Joshua  – Christian Women

A group of Christian Women based in Abuja is calling on all Nigerians to allow God to judge men of God who have dragged Christian Faith into the mud recently in Nigeria.

Mrs Nonnie Robertson, the President of Nigerian Women in Clergy (WIC) made this remark in Abuja today.

The statement reads:

“We have observed with great concern the manner in which Nigerians are overtly engrossed in various scandalous cases involving some prominent leaders in the body of Christ.

“This is the time for serious intercession for the country. Nigeria is at a crossroad, the power tussle is more spiritual than political.

“The body of Christ is under attack physically and spiritually worldwide. We must focus on the issue at hand,”

“Nigerians should tread the path of caution by allowing God to judge his own case instead of dragging the body of Christ in the mud.

“While we do not condone or approve of any of the cases, we urge Christians to desist from judging these pastors as God will judge them eventually,” .

On Oritsejafor and his involvement in the $9.3 million and private jet scandal, the group said:

“We must not allow the dust of the allegation stain our relationship with God as a nation. Pastor Ayo is a man of God; he knows God and will always know the position of God if he has erred, so let’s leave him, God and the authority to handle the matter,” .

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On TB Joshua and Chris Oyakhilome, the said:

“As provocative and disturbing as what they were said to have done may be, we cannot at this juncture draw conclusion, as our wisdom may fail us.

“Nigerians ought to leave the matter to God who will adequately attend to them at his appointed time.”

16 Comments

16 Comments

  1. Odunaike Benson

    September 29, 2014 at 3:23 PM

    If they are found liable to purnishment, they should be subjected nobody should be above the law
    Oritsejafor has turned God’s business into personal gain, he must be duely investigated

  2. jena

    September 29, 2014 at 3:23 PM

    It is only in Nigeria that elite get away with crime if it is ordinary citizen they would have jailed such

  3. Jilo

    September 29, 2014 at 4:56 PM

    The most ultimate supreme being in authority (God) has decided to expose fake men of God who have been deceiving innocent people posing as agents of God. None of these people parading themselves as men of God actually doing his will. When we leave to be Judge by God doesn’t mean God will come down physically to meted punishment on them but instead he can use human being to carry out his justice on evil doer. If any one of these people did what is evil in the sight of God, we can bring them to justice by challenging them to the court of law. These people knew that it is possible they might not be judged immediately because people will say leave them to God judgement With this notion they get embolden and continue with their sinful act. Let all these Pastors start taking responsibility for their wrong deed. Some years back a Pastor in South East United States (Louisiana) was sentenced to Prison for recklessly spending Church money. We need to stop letting these criminal get away with their crime in the name of touch not the anointed at least let them responsible for their act after all, we are all equal before God.

  4. Emmanuel

    September 29, 2014 at 5:03 PM

    Oritsejafor is a political pastor that deals on money laundering with Governor Uduaghan. He is a big thief he is behind all the evil deeds in delta state. man of god that has turned Christendom into a den of thief.
    CAN is a den of thieves.
    Oritsejafor’s hell fire will be the worst place reserved for him by God.

  5. dan

    September 29, 2014 at 6:13 PM

    God appointed men as priests of the home and the head. The position of men is supposed to me higher than women in spiritual matters whether you like it or not, but i thank God for these great women with immense wisdom. What should have come out of Cardinal Okogie’s mouth came out of the mouth of these great ones. “we cannot draw conclusion as our wisdom may fail us” This is great humility and submission to God.

    God bless you.

  6. oge

    September 29, 2014 at 7:18 PM

    Nonnie is an American akata! Have you forgotten the controversy of the fake “Women of Purpose” conference you organised in Abuja some years back? People ran away from you when you wanted to lay hands on them! Women in Clergy ko! Anybody can advise on this but not you!

  7. Akuwax in Mongu, Zambia.

    September 29, 2014 at 8:23 PM

    Monsters of corruption in church

  8. dayo

    September 29, 2014 at 8:25 PM

    Pls go and sit down, who are u to judge.

  9. rkoolz

    September 29, 2014 at 10:31 PM

    He who has no sin among you all should be the first to stones at this men of God. A man on a dirty cloth should wash himself clean first in order that he can convince another man on a dirty cloth to wash himself clean. We are mere human beings a product of dust an air in the hands of God, therefore we have no single power to judge ourselves rather we should leave all judgement to the Creator who brought us into this world. We must know we go to church to serve God with every cling to his/her own faith and not to serve a pastor or a man of God. No one is clean and no one is perfect in this life so safe your breathes and leave the men of God to there own faith and you to yours. Only God should be responsible for judging what he brought into this word. Judging an innocent men of God could make one loss his/her dreams. The question here is: do you have evidence that this men of God are guilty of sin? How often have you caught then in d act? If you were there while they were committing those act and never said a word, then what actually took you there if not for the fact that you are one of them and looking for your own bargain. Please my dear brothers and sisters, kindly let sleeping dogs lie and face your own business.

  10. rkoolz

    September 29, 2014 at 10:36 PM

    He who has no sin among you all should be the first to cast stones at this men of God. A man on a dirty cloth should wash himself clean first in order that he can convince another man on a dirty cloth to wash himself clean. We are mere human beings a product of dust an air in the hands of God, therefore we have no single power to judge ourselves rather we should leave all judgement to the Creator who brought us into this world. We must know we go to church to serve God with everyone cling to his/her own faith and not to serve a pastor or a man of God. No one is clean and no one is perfect in this life so safe your breathes and leave the men of God to there own faith and you to yours. Only God should be responsible for judging what He brought into this word. Judging an innocent men of God could make one loss his/her dreams. The question here is: do you have evidence that this men of God are guilty of sin? How often have you caught then in the act? If you were there while they were committing those act and never said a word, then what actually took you there if not for the fact that you are one of them and looking for your own bargain. Please my dear brothers and sisters, kindly let sleeping dogs lie and face your own business.

    • kelly

      September 30, 2014 at 10:44 AM

      Thanks for the comment.

    • eky

      October 7, 2014 at 11:27 AM

      only God has d final say

  11. jay

    September 29, 2014 at 11:50 PM

    Before its too late, let all that has LIFE and BREATH come with praises before him. He is the Eternal God

  12. Jagunlabi

    September 30, 2014 at 9:34 AM

    Calling the CAN President a money launderer is a deliberate act to give him a soft landing. We need proof that the arms were not meant for Boko Haram fighters. Afterall, there are reports that aircrafts were seen dropping arms, food and drugs for BH in the forest. Is it also a coincidence that since the aborted arms deal, the activities of Boko Haram has dropped considerable? We also learnt that Shekau was captured alive, why the rush to kill, maybe to stop him from making some confessions. Only God knows what is hidden to man.

  13. Teddy

    September 30, 2014 at 12:50 PM

    Thanks @rkoolz you just spoke the word lem him dat have ear hear

  14. ahmed Yusuf

    September 30, 2014 at 8:07 PM

    I wonder how ppu being sentimental wen it comes to comments on social nework. now that d story concerning pastors u are saying an individual attitude to address d issue. but wen its other side u put d blame on the religion as a whole. Nigeria youths wake up n response to d right call. our past hero dont consider the religion of others before working together to achieve alot of things den. our faculty of thinking is very low dats d reasons y we are still children of tomorrow leader even at d age of 60. religion is different from an individual attitude. wake up fellow copatriot.

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