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Saturday, August 24, 2013

SHOCKING SEX SCANDAL THAT BEGGARS BELIEF- BY ESE WALTERS


We didn't want to do this post this before, because it was just too shocking for us to believe. But since the lady in question here felt she wanted to announce her own life on the social media, we thought why not publish then. It takes MASSIVE courage for someone to come out to say what they have gone through. Especially the nature of this type, this could help as a deterrent to others.
So kudos to the writer!!
The write-up at the end might one way or the other help other naive young ones to beware!!!!

A MUST READ FOR EVERY YOUNG LADY ... A VERY REVEALING TESTIMONY FROM AN ABUSED CHRISTIAN YOUNG LADY : MY AFFAIR WITH PASTOR BIODUN FATOYINBO OF COZA .... By Ese Walter. 



WARNING!
This article contains stories that most ‘church people’ don’t want to address. So, if you are one of those living in denial and covering up crap going on in the church, this is where you should stop reading. Thanks for stopping by.

Now, for the rest of us, please sit down and switch on your open mind. I want to talk about something I have kept bottled up inside for longer than necessary. I have also decided to use real names, as my defense for any accusation of slander is justification. I tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but. However, feel free to throw your doubt around but know that I am past the shaming game (where victims of abuse are shot down by blame) I am no longer a victim but a survivor who is sharing her experience to help others caught in same web of abuse, guilt and shame. We only get to live once right? So here, it goes…




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I recently came to know this event too was abuse (recently here means about 6 months ago). It has literally been eating me up having to drive by another billboard advertising preachers, or hearing his name, or even trying to ask about the validity of the entire salvation story and whether or not there is a God that truly watches over his people. That being said, I’m just going to say it as it is. This is a recap of my affair with Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo of COZA (Common Wealth Of Zion Assembly) Abuja chapter. This affair I have come to know as a form of abuse as you would see the different elements of abuse very present.


I met Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo many years ago. I was getting bored of the church I was attending and someone suggested COZA. At the time, I had never heard about it. My friend said, go there, I’m sure you would enjoy the word. But he also gave me a strong warning. He said he would advice that I remain a member only and not join the workforce. I agreed. The first time I attended COZA, I felt it was my church and decided I was going to plant my ass there. About eleven months had gone by and I was still attending the services quietly and faithfully. I really did like the church. One day a worker in the church approached me that the senior pastor wanted to see me.

Me? I thought. Why would the senior pastor want to see me? Not the second man but the head nigga in charge? Ok na! I started to think my sin was oozing so bad the pastor could tell I needed Jesus. (Poor old me.) I saw him at the end of the second service (they had two services at the time) and he said to me that he would like me to work with him. I knew I had no intentions of becoming a pastor so I had to ask in what capacity. He said he’d like for me to join a department, preferably the Pastoral Care Unit (PCU).


A few weeks later, against my friend’s advice not to join the workforce, I was a PCU member. All of a sudden, I had some status in church. I was ‘somebody.’ Dress had to be on point, hair, shoes and what not… As workers, we were literally trying to outshine each other or so it seemed. Anyways, I felt like I was a privileged member of an elite circle. Hehehe. (It did feel good though, for the most part.)


About a year after joining the workforce, I was on my way to London for a Masters degree program that would last two years. As was the rule for workers travelling, I wrote to say I would be away for 2 years and Pastor Biodun Fotoyinbo asked that I keep in touch by sending him my number and email when I had settled in London so he “makes sure I continue in the faith” because according to him, people loose their faith when they leave home and he wanted to make sure I didn’t. So, on that note, as soon as I got a phone line in London, I was sure to call ‘my pastor’ to say I arrived safe, had settled in and also gave my phone number.


We had spoken a few times especially when COZA started to stream online. I always watched and would give feedback on quality of production and share a little bit on the challenges I faced settling in a new land. One evening, Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo called me that he was coming to London and needed me to help him make some hotel bookings as the person who was meant to do it couldn’t get it done (this was rather strange as I had never been involved in his travel itinerary) Later that day, he said it had been sorted and my help would not be required but that he would like me to arrange a cab to pick him up from Heathrow. I was happy to help my pastor from Nigeria and even saw it as a privilege. (I would later come to learn that all of this was a calculated attempt to hatch a plan that I suspect was set in motion when I was asked to join the workforce.)


The cab guy was there to get him the next day and when he arrived, he called to ask why I didn’t accompany the cab to pick him up (again, this was strange but I stopped my mind from overanalyzing the situation as I knew I had no business with his visit to London) About two hours later, he called me and said he would like to see me. When I arrived his hotel, I called from the reception but he asked that I come upstairs. I got to the room and tried to stop my mind from thinking why I was going to his room. As he opened the door and invited me in, I had to speak to my heart to stop its palpitations. My better judgment asked me not to go into the room but the kind of reverence I had for Pasotr Biodun Fatoyinbo bordered on fear and I steeped into that room.


“Care for a drink?” Asked Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo.
“No sir,” I said.
“You don’t have to be shy Ese, even if it’s alcohol, feel free and order what you want.” I wasn’t sure I heard my pastor asking me to order alcohol. I imagined it was a test and ignored the voice inside that was saying, “I’d have henny and coke please.” He proceeded to ask how I had been coping in London and if I was a committed member of any church. He also said he thought there was something special about me and wanted to know that I had not strayed from my faith. I really thought he had heard I was doing something I shouldn’t while in London but tried my best to focus on the conversation instead of my straying thoughts. He kept telling me to relax and feel comfortable with talking to him. After a few minutes, he asked that we go to the roof of the hotel as his room was a pent suit and had a connecting door to the roof.


While there, he sat on a reclining chair and asked me to come sit on his laps. This was a bit awkward for me and I froze for a moment as I asked why. He said he had told me to feel free with him and loosen up. I found myself strolling to sit on his laps. At that moment, I felt like a little girl who was experiencing something her mind couldn’t fathom. He asked me to kiss him and all I could think about was seeing him preach on the pulpit back in COZA Abuja, Nigeria, which was my home church. He again said ‘feel free Ese.’ And asked again, that I kiss him.
A few hours later, let’s just say, we were rolling under the sheets. It felt as though my mind had paused. I am not saying I was jazzed, (although it’s possible I was in some trancelike state and didn’t know it but I just was so afraid that I couldn’t say or think otherwise.) That was the beginning of this affair. A sexual affair that went on for a little over a week, DAILY!


I can hear somebody’s mind thinking, ‘well, you weren’t raped.” And I remember a pastor I opened up to when I couldn’t take all the mind games asking if I seduced him. No, I didn’t seduce him and no, I wasn’t raped but I felt trapped in this affair. Come to think of it, how could I have seduced him when I wanted nothing from him? I mean, I was too busy minding my business in London trying to get through with my masters program and I was overly comfortable. And even if I wanted to seduce anyone, it wouldn’t be a married man, not to mention a married pastor. 


What I couldn’t reconcile the whole time, was how the same person who preached against the very things we were doing (i.e drinking in pubs, fornicating, committing adultery) was the same person endorsing and encouraging it.


At some point, I got really confused about what Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo and I were doing that I had to ask how he handles it. I will never forget what he said to me. He said and I quote, “I will teach you a level of grace that you don’t understand.” My mind couldn’t fathom that somehow grace was enough covering for not just fornication on my path, adultery on his path and the many lies that was bound to follow what we were doing that was clearly abominable. I somehow dealt with the thoughts and fears that followed on my path. He had said to me that he wanted me to be his girlfriend and he would take me around the world and spoil me with money and things. Somehow, money had never been one of the things that motivated me (I am from a home where all my needs have been adequately met) In all my ‘badness’ through finding myself, I never did things I did for money but more of rebellion against rules and authority.


Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo also said to me that he had a dream where I exposed what was happening to the media. Said it was all over the place and that people were calling me the girl that caused chaos in COZA. He also said I should remember the bible said to “touch not God’s anointed.” I immediately started to rebuke the devil and said I could never do anything like that. I was almost swearing with my entire family as I thought really I had touched God’s anointed by submitting my body to be used. Little did I know at the time that all of these were ways to mess with my mind and even manipulate my thoughts.


Fast-forward a few months later, I was back in Nigeria and my church had become uncomfortable. Anytime I sat in church and listened to Pastor Biodun preach, I felt shame. I finally sent him a message saying I wasn’t comfortable anymore. I was confused and needed to talk about what had happened. He said I should meet him to talk and I did. It was a really weird meeting for me especially when he tried to kiss me at our meeting. I finally realized at this point that he couldn’t help me. I thought God was angry with me and I couldn’t pray so I decided to withdraw completely from COZA. This was the beginning of my mental torture. I couldn’t talk to my family because already, I was the only one attending a different church and somehow my mom never liked the idea. As the days went by I tried to use drinking and smoking to cover up the deep shame and guilt I was battling with. But as soon as the high was over, the thoughts came back and I felt stuck like I couldn’t move forward.


I felt I had to talk to someone and I decided to speak to my then good friend, Ernest Akale but unfortunately for me, Mr. Ernest did not have the capacity to hold what I said to him. He broke down completely the days that followed and I found myself having to pause how I was feeling and what I was struggling with to help my friend be strong. After a while, he withdrew from not just me but his then fiancĂ© and friends. I had to then tell the fiancĂ© what had caused it (she suspected we were having an affair so I had to clear the air) To my surprise she was a lot stronger than her man and told me to suck it up (I’m paraphrasing). She said if she were me, she wouldn’t leave the church but stay to torment Pastor Biodun and collect money from him. Ok! That sounded extreme for me, as my intention was not to blackmail but to heal my broken self. Anyways, I finally found the courage to speak to my then unit head who said he was going to talk to Pastor Biodun but didn’t have the liver to do so. Before long, the story was spreading and naturally getting twisted.


I went to a new church and it seemed like the COZA bug had chased me there. The pastor would always refer to COZA as some example and each time that was done, it seemed like a spear was thrust through my chest. One day, I broke down in the service and started crying uncontrollably, as I couldn’t take another mention of COZA and the pictures it painted in my head.


Very long, boring story cut short, for the last 5 months I gave the whole church thing a big space and break. I wasn’t sure I believed in God. I wasn’t sure I understood what it meant when people said ‘Jesus saves” and I definitely wasn’t sure how to deal with the mental torture that was affecting not just me but my relationships with family and friends. I was very unstable, fearful and worst of all guilty. I got a chance to talk to Pastor Folarin of COZA Lagos Chapter, popularly called Pastor flo about everything. I made an effort to reach out to him because I realized the right thing to do was talk to an elder in the church and seek some sort of remedy to a wrong I believed had been done me. Instead, Pastor Flo said, Pastor Biodun had confessed to him and they had ‘talked’ about it and somehow that was supposed to be Ok. He asked what it was I wanted coming to talk to him about it when I did, I told him I realized what happened between Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo and I was wrong and not just that I felt abused and manipulated. I also said I thought it was wrong for Pastor Biodun to go on preaching without taking time to deal with his personal character flaws. 


I said I thought he was danger to all the young women that attended the church. Come to think of it, maybe he meant if I wanted something monetary or material (as someone had suggested when I opened up to her) but the truth is, I never wanted his money (or is it the church member’s money.) All I wanted was to meet with him and have him accept that he misled me, betrayed his wife and the church he pastors. I wasn’t the only lady in COZA who had been a victim of his sexcapades and manipulative patterns but I was the one who could come back after months of struggle with not just my faith but also my affair with him. And I wanted to set things right. I wanted to talk to Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo maybe for closure and I felt like I needed an apology because he played the “touch not my anointed” card to keep me locked in guilt, shame and fear when all along it was a calculated plan and I dare say, it started when he asked me to join the workforce.

Not to mention the audacity to talk about teaching me a level of grace I didn’t understand. I had no intention of understanding a grace that would permit me to go on doing things that were wrong and what’s worse having to carry the burden for almost a year.


Different surprising advises came up in the weeks that followed the rumour making rounds. I was told to hush because Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo had been a cultist in the past and could send people to shut me up. All my so-called friends in COZA withdrew from me and treated me like I had the plaque. What was worse was Pastor Flo finally saw my then pastor to ‘talk’ about what had happened with Pastor Biodun and lied that it happened once and was a mistake. My question then became, ‘do these people even care how broken I had become?’ ’do they care about the emotional and spiritual welfare of the people they were pastoring?’ The sad answer was NO. 

Most of us old members of COZA kept leaving but they couldn’t care less. What was important was to keep growing the church and having more and more cars with stickers that read “More than enough.”  Back then, I always felt horrible when I saw another car drive past me with the sticker. I was breaking, I was struggling but no one could help. All they could do was ask me to hide so Pastor Biodun’s goons don’t hurt me. And then the interesting one was if I had evidence to prove my claim. Let me just say here that, it isn’t a claim, it’s a confession to free me from all of the guilt and shame I have had to live with for no reason at all. (That being said, I have evidence to prove all I have said here, the latest being a 58 minutes recording of my meeting with Pastor Flo a few months back)

This is my confession and I cannot begin to describe how much weight has been lifted off of my shoulders just pouring the truth out about what went down. So, to all my ex COZA friends gossiping about me, get your facts right. To those who said they’d help me deal with the pain but didn’t, I forgive you, I have learnt how to deal with it and I am doing just fine. To those who fear for my safety saying Pastor Biodun would send people to shut me up, I really have gone past fearing for my life. To live is gain and to die is Christ (or how does Paul say it again?) And to the only person who ever supported me through it all, thank you, I am learning to be brave. Please don’t think I am perfect in all of this but in line with living my authentic life and putting all forms of abuse behind me, this is where I press the stop button and stop the bleeding. This is where I break the silence and call the church to stand up for what it has been commissioned to do. If you will not enter the Kingdom, please don’t stop others who are trying to enter.


I still remember when I used to nurse the idea of digging up emails, text messages, hotel billings (as once I used my card to pay for his room when his master card failed to work) to prove there was an affair. It was pathetic. Why for the love of heaven was I trying to dig up evidence? I am satisfied setting the record straight. I am ready for any shaming or bashing that would follow because the truth is, because of what I have suffered and come through, I am really not moved by what people say or think about me anymore. I am a stronger woman and a damn abuse survivor seeking to connect with other victims of abuse to show them how to deal with the shame, hurt and guilt and how to come out stronger. Turning their mess into their message.
I am Ese Walter and I have gone through all forms of abuse from family, boyfriends, my ex pastor and some strangers not to break me, but so I stand and so I qualify to help victims.



My scars have qualified me and when all is said and done, I will still be standing. I AM WOMAN, I BEND, I DON’T BREAK!

Cheers to the freaking weekend!!!

22 comments:

Anonymous said...

Miss Petite Nigeria: #Ese Walters Scandal#Another Lady she was sexually harassed by Pastor Biodun(Must Read)
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http://www.misspetitenigeria.blogspot.co.uk/2013/08/pastor-biodun-fatoyinbo-harassed-me.html?m=1

Fan said...

I await the Pastor's side of the story. Not his church's version but his version. They are both culpable.

Anonymous said...

This is shocking! Wolves in sheep skins..Pastors are human but people called of God are expected to be morally overboard.
Kc

Aderinto Ameenah said...

gosh,cant believe this.it is so shameful...suhanallahi!!!

Aproko said...

I believe it all, if you've ever lived in Ilorin or come from Ilorin then Pastor Biodun's gist won't be new to you!

Anonymous said...

Aproko, it's not whether she lied or not. Her pity story is self-serving. From the story itself it's obvious she's a fake born again Christian. What were her real motives? She probably knew all these things about the Pastor and he was her target. The devil uses women through sex to bring men down. Either way, it serves both of them right. He should step down from his position and seek God's face to help him with his libido. The Franca's story is the better one. It goes to show you can say no and stand your ground. Except of course you have an ulterior motive. Ese had an ulterior motive, she enjoyed it and became broken hearted when he moved on to other women. A woman scorned.

Anonymous said...

Hmmm we women we kill ourselves oooo, Self-serving my foot. you think any sensible human being wld put themselves on the full blast like this on the social media just like that. As she absolved herself of any fault in her write-up?

Is it not better for her to open up the can of worms, so that such people in positions of influence and authority wld not continually prey on the naive.

Yes agreed that their are some despicable elements around, but does that now say some correct people are not around. The first result of this disclosure is that the girl too would face judgement, just like the pastor.

Aproko said...

All am saying is sleeping with members isn't new to Biodun! Am Muslim but know Biodun well personallt, not as a member or one of his chics. I also know like 5 of his members in Ilorin who left based on sex issues with him.

Motives for sex vary... I don't know Ese's motive for the one week consensual sex. It seems she enjoyed Day 1 and continued, and more likely wanted to be Pastor's favourite. Before the guilt fell on her, but then social media was the wrongest avenue for her to express her guilt and caution to Biodun.

My husband has been like Biodun! Biodun!! Biodun!!! since the incident became public.

Anonymous said...

To start with why did she go to the hotel alone? Why did she follow him to the roof? Why did she say yes? Why did she keep going back for days? She fell in love with him, he broke her heart, she saw him move on swiftly to other women and she was jealous. She tried to talk to him, he rebuffed her. She spoke to their Pastor Flo, he shut her up. She's mad at how fast he's moved on and still preaching. Her conscience is pricking her and she's come out with this. It's very self-serving making out like she's the victim. They are both victims and the Pastor needs to resign now. Ese that lost out of X-factor or what was it? It's obvious she craves attention. Abroad, she would have got a publicist to write her story better. You can even do that in Nigeria. Even as a Lawyer she should have gone to a lawyer to help her with her script. She's a jezebel and he's a demon in God's house. This exposure/disgrace is good for both of them. I hope other women who are doing the same thing and think it's okay would stop now. Other Pastors who are doing the same thing should check themselves. It's also good some other Pastors' names are being mentioned. France E is the sharp one not this Ese. Did she go to report to the Pastor's wife? She obviously doesn't respect her. Self-serving jezebel.

Anonymous said...

Naive? No wonder people say women's brains are next to goats or even cockroaches. When you become a victim you use naivety. But when you are being seductive and suggestive you forget naivety. Use your brains please. Too many crafty, self-serving women abound. Also, stop worshipping Pastors. End of.

Anonymous said...

Brilliant comment from this person on BN;

grace donner August 25, 2013 at 7:54 AM
couldn't she go to the pastors wife,father,mother or family.she never mentioned she got financial gratification.all she wants is to destroy the man.if she had got married after those escapades she would have kept quiet am sure.she just wants a revenge and that shows the kind of person she is.

Anonymous said...

Aloba, just to show that not all women are stupid and naive as that anon claimed.

Olaoluwa August 23, 2013 at 5:09 PM
This is not a confession,its a revenge.The bible made me realise there are fake pastors but sincerely you just shared your goodies out…It takes two madam; it takes two to tango…..did he inject you with drugs or used juju on you?….I blame both of you…..that’s what happens when you fail to study your bible and know what God says instead,you follow pastors up and down now you are crying fowl…

He didnt rape you.And you know hes married.Still you didnt stay clear.

I think you are a liar, you wanted it and now you got it…..i know i am a woman and most women/adult women like you are quite inquisitive,you saw the signs and you didnt back out,you followed up through n through now you are crying……he manipulated you because you made urself available . ……..the bible says flee flee and flee, not walk or crawl or catwalk….fleeee from every appearance of evil….You saw the signs and you failed to heed.

In fact i don't think you really feel guilty you just want a pity party. Because if this happens to me and am deeply feeling guilty, i will seek the face to God alone in my closet, there’s a reason Catholics made a confession box….for just you and your God,not the face of Nigerians.No every one knows,dick and harry,knows you slept with your pastor.

Anonymous said...


Jamce August 25, 2013 at 12:59 PM
@ Dorothy, you speak the truth. Ese has reconstructed and twisted her story in a her bid to “manipulate” the public to think that she is a “manipulated” victim. She failed woefully. She is not in any way repentant. The truth is that she lost her place in Oga Pastor’s bed and she’s is on a revenge mission and nothing else.

Anonymous said...

words have failed me on this matter
i have read it on all blogs, facebook and what have you, my fingers just wl not type
Ese you have not done well, u are not a baby, a man invited u to his hotel room? were u going to preach there or do bible study?
u landed n his bed, dd he put a gun on ur head?
oh pls spare us all ur hullabaloo, meanwhile u call urself a born again and u knew quite well this guy is a married man?
may God forgive u and the Pastor!
something went wrong; dd he dump u for another woman? dd u ask for something he was unable to give? cause i know jezebels like u can ask him to divorce his wife and marry you - ur judgement is wt God and not man! peace out!

HYBunny

Anonymous said...

Its disheartening that many commentators have overlooked the power of a pastor over the flock. When you have accepted a man or woman as a spiritual leader, you drop your guards and believe that he/she can do you any harm. So that she went to the hotel alone wasn't wise but it was an issue of trust. She didn't hide the fact that she wasn't really born-again but striving to be one. Please, its a reminder that prophets are human, though self-ascribed to uphold a higher level of moral. So what is expected of the pastor is to accept that he fell and ask for forgiveness, repent and seek the right path (hope he has) and for the young lady, its a trust issue. Seek God and not men of God,forgive him and look forward to a better future.

MBS said...

Ese or whatever u call yourself,you are an agent of darkness!If you don't genuinely repent of your wickedness,hell has been enlarged for you!You meant great evil against d Church of Christ but you failed woefully in your mission and resorted to blackmail.You are a disgrace to womanhood!

Anonymous said...

Anon August 25, 2013 at 4:26 PM you sound so stupid and dumb. Brains next to a goat. You must be one of them who sleeps with pastors. Hope your conscience is pricking you now.
Jesus Christ is your spiritual leader and not any Pastor. Stop the ignorance and study your Bible. Gosh can't believe such stupid women like you exist. If your pastor tells you to jump off a cliff I'm sure you will do it. Stop making comments because you are just showing your goat brain.

Mr B said...

Having read all these comments, I feel they are of a personal nature ie whose fault and whose not fault. I wish however to address a matter i think is more general and quite important about christianity and its leadership in this nation because we have set set a very unhealthy environment that will only continue to brew these wolves called pastors who will only exploit the sheep in the name of God.
"If we say that we remain in union with God, we should live just as Jesus Christ did".
(1John2.6)
I suppose this is the aim of Christianity, that just as it was in Bible times, we should be so like Christ that people say these are christians. And that is why,
Since you are God's people, it is not right that any matters of sexual immorality or indecency or greed should even be mentioned among you (Eph 5.3)
Further more the agency that God intends for people to become like Christ is his servants, pastors very well included.Eph 4:11-13 Makes this quite clear.
My issue now is this: Are our pastors really in the business of making people like Christ (Which pre-supposes that they themselves are so much the more like Him that they can lead the way)? If we honestly review the way our churches are set up to run, do they fulfil this this Divine son of God's blood invested intention and outcome?
Or perhaps they are simply means for self (and not christ)actualisation by both pastors and members?
To me the only reason why these things happen is that Christ is no longer the reason for our meetings. It is all about us, we and our-selves, our this and our that. It is so self centered. Pastor is using us to promote himself and feed and aggrandize himself and in the process promise us prodigal blessings of prosperity from a Father Christmas in heaven. While we love to hear sweet nothings- Hot stuff that does not confront sin and self in our lives.And Oh how we love to sow, hoping for more prosperity without purity.It is so convenient and an easier business than most others...
So when a man has who has forgotten the purpose of The God who called him and for long has been feeding off peoples money on vain pretext, should it surprise us if he feeds off their bodies in continuation?
These sex and money scandals are only bound to become so much more rampant (indeed as they already are, they are just hidden) for the simple reason that churchianity is really not about Christ and His purposes anymore. We love ourselves and pastors who pander to self in us while leaving us unchanged and unchristlike while promising heaven on earth.It seems we intend to take out an insurance against poverty today and hell in the future in the name of Jesus while remaining basically committed to our selves.That is why these things afflict both the leader and the led for both are blind.
We all need to repent of our sort of christianity in this nation, For we are in the center and Christ is on the outside ...and He is knocking (Rev 3:20).







joan joseph said...

OMG!!! U just nailed it, I can say nothing more.

Anonymous said...

I must say that i can actually understand this lady very well because I have been in her shoes. When I was a teenager I was in a church that was "my life" I lived for the church and even traveled from out of Lagos for church programs and never went home.
The Pastor made us understand that he was our head not our parents and I practically worshiped him.
We knew he was fond of one particular sister then and I was in the room with them when they will sleep on the same bed(Pastor and Sister JohnDoe) I am a living witness though I heard they got married but they were having an affair all along what if they had not got married? She would have been a victim and maybe left the church.
There is a mega church in Ikeja where the Pastor who is now a Dr in Christ and he is based in SA where because of the occultic way he has sworn his PCU members to secrecy that even if he was having sex in the car the driver will be blind to it all in the name of GOD'S ANOINTED.
But for my upbringing and the fact that I knew God on my own not through someone else maybe I would have also been a victim of such abuse.
Having said that, Ese should have known better than to fall for the man's charm and charisma trust me they all have it.
I believe that Nigeria has no law so people get away with murder and people in Nigeria are shameless and have no integrity.
I am in the USA where no one is above the law of man (anyway) so it is only God that will vindicate Ese and disgrace all the wolves in sheep clothing.

Anonymous said...

Hey come !!!! Weytin dey worry all these small small chick sef. So, bcos say na Man of God straff u(EVEN if IT is True)...So what? Come ..go and relax ..David did it in the Bible..Heaven no fall. U no thank God say man of God touch u wit Anointing. Why you no publicize the one wey ur Uncles dem do,Ur Elder brother firned...School Mate..Agbero or Armed robber do u.Inshut na God go Judge u as you want make son of men judge that Bastor. Man wey be STRONG MAN. M'lordy forgive U. Girl go chill...

Anonymous said...

Stop being so judgmental everyone and give her the benefit of the doubt.