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How Oyedepo’s Living Faith Pastors Send Fake Church Attendance, Offerings To Headquarters To Keep Their Jobs – Another Pastor Spills

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Another pastor has spilled some alarming actions that some of the pastors at Oyedepo’s Winners Chapel do so as to keep their positions unperturbed.

According to the pastor who spoke on condition of anonymity, these pastors have a colloquy with the senior church ministers who make deductions from their salaries and remit them back to the church as offerings for the non-existent congregations.

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He added that this lead to the sack of a number of pastors who couldn’t follow the same practice of sending fake church attendance figures and church offerings to the state headquarters to keep their jobs.

The pastor spoke Sahara Reporters;

He said, “Well, they (Living Faith) planted over 10,000 churches before the end of 2020 and they celebrated it. After this were the different issues of no church hall and other necessary materials for the pastors to work. But some senior Pastors keep telling lies that we (the employed pastors) should be patient with them.

“While this was going on, we must send reports of the churches to the headquarters through the area church. This was so that they would believe the church existed. Now, guess what number a pastor without church hall would send.

“But wisdom was what the senior pastors were asking us to use because, Oyedepo could not be everywhere to check. What wisdom was that? Send good figure as the number of the attendance of your assembly; then put money to it from your salary. At the end of the month, half of the money you put would still be paid back to you to support the church you claimed existed. Nobody would ask you how you spend it and all your needs will be attended to quickly from the state headquarters.

“They call it father and son relationship in the Winners family. It is not by mouth but by envelopes that have cash inside. All these were what we were facing; no church hall and other things but attendance must prove that the church was growing.

“Those of us who could not do that were called lazy, fools, unfruitful, and so on.”

Source: NaijaOnPoint.com.ng

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EPL: Gary Neville names five Man Utd players that shouldn’t be starting together

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Former Manchester United captain, Gary Neville has named Cristiano Ronaldo among five Red Devils players that should not be starting together.

According to Neville, Ronaldo, Paul Pogba, Jadon Sancho, Mason Greenwood and Bruno Fernandes should not be starting together for Man United because they lacked ‘workhorses’.

The former defender said this while reacting to Man United’s Premier League 4-2 defeat to Leicester City on Saturday.

Leicester defeated Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side at the King Power Stadium, thanks to goals from Youri Tielemans, Caglar Soyuncu, Jamie Vardy and Patson Daka.

“Their performances are nowhere near good enough, at the moment when they play half-decent teams, they are going to struggle,” Neville told Sky Sports.

“The performances have been shoddy all season. It’s scrappy and scruffy to watch. So when you play against a team with a methodology, you are going to get pulled apart. They got pulled apart against Villa, pulled apart against Everton, pulled apart by Villarreal.

“We have seen a team that’s been picked today with Greenwood, Sancho, Pogba, Ronaldo and Fernandes in that team.

“I wouldn’t want to be a defender in that team. I would love them as players but not all in the same team. There are not enough workhorses. The current squad is unbalanced.”

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Brentford vs Chelsea: Tuchel rates Malang Sarr, Chalobah’s performances after EPL 1-0 win

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Chelsea boss, Thomas Tuchel has praised the performances of Malang Sarr and Trevoh Chalobah following his side’s Premier League 1-0 win against Brentford on Saturday.

Sarr and Chalobah played in a back three, alongside Andreas Christensen.

The youngsters played their part in keeping a clean sheet for Tuchel’s side as Ben Chilwell’s first-half goal gave Chelsea all three points against Brentford.

Speaking on their performances, Tuchel told Sky Sports: “We trust the guys who played, they are young and they needed it.

“Otherwise, if you don’t play, you can’t get experience.

“They did very, very good and in the last 25 minutes, we need to talk about where we can do better and always there is room to improve.”

Chelsea’s next fixture is against Malmo in the Champions League on Wednesday.

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PDP gets 2 factional chairmen in Oyo after parallel congresses

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The duo of Hon. Michael Okunlade and Mr. Dayo Ogungbenro have emerged as factional chairmen of the ruling Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Oyo State.

The duo emerged as a result of the parallel state congresses held by the party.

The parallel congresses were held simultaneously on Saturday.

Our correspondent gathered that two camps have been having a running battle over who takes control the party in the state.

The factions are the one loyal to the state Governor, Seyi Makinde and the other one led by some aggrieved members of the party.

Makinde’s camp had its congress at Lekan Salami stadium in Adamasingba, while the aggrieved members had their own congress at Jogor centre.

Okunlade, a former member of the State House of Assembly emerged as Chairman at the Jogor centre congress.

Other state officers that were elected unopposed at the Jogor centre congress were Hon Matthew Abioye (Deputy Chairman), Mr Abiodun Oyesola (State Secretary), Pa Olawuwo (Vice-Chairman Oyo South), Akeem Ariola (Financial Secretary), Mogaji Bola Akinyemi (Publicity Secretary) and Adekola Adeoye (Youth leader).

Ogungbenro emerged as Chairman at the one held at Adamasingba stadium. Hon. Wasiu Adeleke was also returned as State Secretary at the Adamasingba stadium’s congress.

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