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Pentecostal Federation of Nigeria Challenges Tope Alabi Over Controversial Pastors’ Comment

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Pentecostal Federation of Nigeria Challenges Tope Alabi Over Controversial Pastors’ Comment

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Sept 26, 2012 – Pentecostal Federation of Nigeria Challenges Tope Alabi Over Controversial Pastors’ Comment

Top Nigerian Gospel music star, Mrs Tope Alabi few days ago had an interview with Ediale Kingsley Osalumense of National Daily Newspaper.

In the interview, Tope Alabi claimed some rich men and ministers of God pester her for sex.

Interview excerpts below

Interviewer’s Question:

You look quite astonishing, you look young and beautiful, and do you get people coming to pester you for a relationship?

Tope Alabi’s Response

There are some of them that wants to get to you by all means, whether you want it or not, but when they get to me, they use to see am not that kind of person, they will now become a member of my church.

The relationship is usually as if I have a church and they are members, so that’s what they become. Among them are a lot of money bags, they help my ministry now, they see me as prophetess, some of them even call me pastor, even there are ministers of God that pester me and say they want to get to me, but when they get to me and they see I’m not like that, they change, you are there to change life.

Concerned about her comment, an official of the Pentecostal Federation of Nigeria has raised a challenge against the singer asking her to produce the name of Pastors pestering her for sex in order to avoid shame to the body of Christ.

Here is what the official said:

“It is not impossible that a pastor pestered her for sex as she claimed, but she needs to come out and name such an individual in order to teach others a lesson and cleanse the body of bad eggs.

Making such unsubstantiated claims on the pages of newspapers will not make any impact but rather bring shame to the body of Christ.
She knows the proper channel to follow to report something like that.”

As at the time this report, Mrs Tope Alabi is yet to reply to the allegations.

Hopefully she will tell us the names of the fake Pastors pestering her for sex.



  1. Rambo

    September 26, 2012 at 7:14 AM


    They want to ….. her! Ummmmmm! PAstors like Fireman, Chris, TB (Tithe Bandit), na this one 4 slaping pipo, waaa! Crooks!


  2. mary

    September 26, 2012 at 9:39 AM

    There is no need for her to mention names,what is the use they will deny it.We all know that some pastors are terrible when it comes to women.Infact some have girl friends outside their church so that their secret would be covered.

    • Akin Odesola

      July 8, 2013 at 6:57 AM

      The comment by the official of PFN was meant to caution TA against making unsubstantiated allegations. There’s no doubt she would have had such challenges for her beauty , talent, expressions and influence. Proph. A’s claims against TA was equally unsubstantiated. However, please note the point; how the PFN official concluded that after all as Christians when and if such a situation arises there are dignifying Christian lines of action to take not to allow the world of scoffers to cast aspersions against the church. That’s the issue. For the PFN official, there should be the understanding for now that TA’ response was fair enough and necessary. She needed to say something; else the world would take her silence for acceptance of guilt. Actually why is this an issue to the world… Couldn’t it be because it’s about TA… For me I’m expecting TA’s next great album devoid of any insinuations about this, her experience, possibly.

  3. mo

    September 26, 2012 at 10:54 AM

    no one did. the interviewer added his own vile sentimental, sensational headline.

    in the interview, she claimed that they wanted a relationship not to bed her! there is a difference. cant people understand english language again?

    pastors cannot become member of her church as they already pastor their own ministry.

    Stop the press deception- all liars of all kinds will go to hell.

  4. Daniel Jacobs

    September 26, 2012 at 2:38 PM

    Mr pressman/woman, dnt add salt to pepper. Bsyds if ur fans admire u n wish 2 hang out wit u, is anytin wrng? U ve ur taste na abi.

  5. Ogunseha busayo

    September 26, 2012 at 3:05 PM

    God will save u ma,keep on praying its part of temptation.

  6. Ayo

    September 26, 2012 at 4:04 PM

    May be d interviewer is suffering 4rm ‘ear-ache’ so 2 speak.

    • sam

      September 26, 2012 at 7:53 PM

      Mrs Tope Alabi you are doing a good job in the body of Christ If what you are doing is making men to lust after you.then you need to reexamine yourself again try to remember how you started. No unholy thing will enter Heaven. I dont care wether Pastor or no Pastor You are the issues instead of crying to God for mercy. Let me say clearly 2000 of you can not put the body of christ to shame it si not possoble you will only put your self to shame.Christ is risen !!!

      • bunmi

        June 14, 2013 at 7:40 AM

        wonderful! God bless for this truth

  7. Abi Jerome

    September 26, 2012 at 7:13 PM

    Sister Tope, Be strong and keep doing the work of God, we are praying for you, Isaiah 54:17 is yours, let anyone try you God the consuming fire will consume them, God bless you and your family, we love you.

  8. susan

    September 26, 2012 at 7:49 PM

    There was no need for such a statement in the first place. Most married women face these advances too.

  9. adeniyi

    September 27, 2012 at 4:14 AM

    mrs tope dont mind all tis yeye thinking dat dey ar d among those bad pastor w ar sayings

  10. Precious gal

    September 27, 2012 at 10:56 AM

    There is no need of telling d public,she shuld av gone tru d proper channel to report

  11. dayo

    September 27, 2012 at 11:06 AM

    No how it is said by bible that ‘the end time wil be a peril time’ I believe that God wil c us through.

  12. Emye Fortress

    September 30, 2012 at 1:41 PM

    Sister Tope Alabi… we kno thr re some weak people in d fold of God's kingdom, but as a minister of God that u re, going 2 d media 2 report pastors that re pestering u 4 sex, is nt called 4, it ll only aid d poor in understanding to abuse d body of christ…. This should nt be happening at all, I believe u stand in a position 2 even pray 4 them, nt 2 expose them….. Bcos u re nt making them 2 repent by doing this….

    • Ebere Dpm

      September 30, 2012 at 2:17 PM

      God help us, all.

    • Esther David

      September 30, 2012 at 2:27 PM

      Is nt gud to jugde anyone,let god be the jugde.

  13. Adole Godwin

    September 30, 2012 at 2:21 PM

    Dear sister Tope Alabi, this is the end times and in this time, a lot is unfolding including your alleged claim to being pestered for sex by even men of God, I want to draw your attention to Jesus where he never uttered any word even in the face of accusations, flogging and scourging, if today we claim to be born-again and even sub-sumably propagating the Gospel just as you are doing, our approach to issues of life generally should be done in the light of the Gospel of Jesus Christ for which we profess and stand and not embarking on some voyage of cheap popularity, an ill-wind that blows nobody any good, what more the body of Christ. Let he that stand take heed lest he falls……we are to be like iron sharpening iron, the strong helping the weak to stand. Have you prayed for those supposed “men” of God after each encounter or you are busy taking down names for your memorabilia for the universal court of God? Be not deceived my dear, swallow your pride and whatever negative publicity this piece has brought on you, turn to God in repentance and pray for the restoration of the lives of those innocent brethren whom you may have undoubtedly seduced by your opulence and worldly appearance. Don’t be a Haman! God bless you.

  14. Ediale Kingsley

    February 21, 2013 at 3:27 PM

    Been quite quiet about the entire rhapsodies…but I just discovered the video tape for those blaming the Journalist (me). Is it necessary I drop it? No. I’ll protect the people I interview.

  15. Ediale Kingsley

    February 21, 2013 at 3:58 PM

    Having said that…truth is she was very sincere about what she told me. I think she is a woman of God. She just said it as it is…perhaps because she was free with me. Tope Alabi did this interview with me at the launching of her latest album. I remember how we managed to secure the time and space, far from the noisy-busy activities of that day’s program. I had initially tried having the interview before the event started but Alariwo prevented me, insisting on postponement of the interview since that day was a big day for the singer. I (typical of a journalist) would take no “no” and later my perseverance paid off. Keep enjoying the message of the glorious lady of songs, Tope Alabi, I don’t see anything wrong in her personality, songs or the interview…Men will be men, of God and of wealth alike. The testimony is that she didn’t fall to any of the claimed temptation and she also did not allow the men of God stoop rather she affects their lives positively. Lets see the good side of the interview and not attach a bad side…We go about with different mentalities as humans and at times we forget that some pastors need pastors…God bless us. Tope Alabi is a woman of God. I haven’t seen nor heard from her after that interview and I hope the prosecution and rains of negative words that many readers poured on her didn’t affect her. Be the good you seek!

  16. Ajayi t Adekunle

    June 13, 2013 at 8:50 PM

    mrs Tope, i pray 4 u God we help u.

  17. Tanimowo Idowu Daniel

    August 20, 2013 at 11:01 AM

    The bible says :Judge not so that you shall not be judged. What the singer needs from us is prayer because the Bible says whoever think he stand should beware else he fall. We shall not fall to the hands of devil in Jesus name
    This is the end time and one of the signs to expect and more are still coming so Chritian who are heavenly bound has no other business now but to pray fervently so that we shall not be caught unaware.

  18. Oyediran paul I.

    January 7, 2015 at 11:12 AM

    Let He that thinketh He stands take heed, so that He will not fall.

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