Oyedepo Justifies Sack Of Over 40 Pastors, Says They Were Unfruitful

Founder of the Living Faith Church International aka Winners’ Chapel, Bishop David Oyedepo, has justified the sack of over 40 pastors saying they were unfruitful.

Bishop Oyedepo stated this while addressing his congregation on the matters.

TheFact Nigeria reports that One Pastor Peter Godwin had claimed that the church sacked the pastors in Ekiti State for having a church growth index that falls below expectations.

Pastor Godwin said, “I was told by the management that the church doesn’t operate at a loss.

“They also told me that the total income that is being generated from my station should be able to cater for my welfare and accommodation, so as a result of low income, I’m hereby dismissed.”

Their sack was trailed with mixed reactions from Nigerians on social media. While some questioned the system at Winner’s Chapel others say the church had the right to hire and sack pastors.

However , Oyedepo wondered why there was no buzz on social media when 7,000 people were employed by the church.

The clergyman said, “People are confused about our Ministry. I learnt some fellows said, “you know, they are not bringing income, that is why they asked them to go”.

“We asked you to go because you are unfruitful. Unfruitful! Blatant failure. Doing what there? We have no patience with failure here.

“When we employed 7,000 people at a time, social media was dead.

“We have more employees in this organisation than most of the states. No one is owed a dime salary and we don’t borrow, we don’t beg. Ask our bank whether we take overdraft.

“We are covenant bound, working in the light of God’s word, enjoying an open Heaven.”

On if money was an issue to his church, he said, “Money? Nonsense. We have never lacked it and yet we have never prayed for it.

“We are just simply obeying God and He is backing up what He is asking us to do. Awesome God.”

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