…Label her accusers Impostors
Divine mandate pastors have come to the rescue of Pastor Eunice Oyeyemi, of the Christ Embassy Church, following allegations of fraud by some pastors of the group against her.
She was accused by pastor Ifeanyi Igwe and Ernest Anayo under the umbrella of concerned members of the Divine mandate Pastors forum, of leadership imposition, high-handedness, corruption.
They alleged that Pastor Oyeyemi planted men and women she felt could protect and defend her interest at the state and local government levels in the Forum, claiming that most of them were members of the Christ Embassy church.
Those defending activities of Pastor Oyeyemi’s leadership, in a communique issued on Tuesday, dismissed the allegations stating that Ifeanyi Igwe and his chorts were fake pastors as their recent screening has indicated.
Noting that Ernest Anayo and Ifeanyi Igwe are impostors and are not members of the Divine Mandate Pastors forum.
They maintained that before any pastor is admitted to the forum, such person must have a pulpit which according to him Ifeanyi and Ernest don’t have pulpit.
They reiterated that the accusers were admitted to the forum in error, and that the group is presently screening all it’s members in other to fish out fake pastors among them.
The communique was signed by Rev. Odu Paul Ozoemenam, Eluu Ifeanyichukwu, Blessing Ali, Mike Nwankwo, Njoba Ambassador, Oyari Michael, Christian Igbala, Stanley Ori, Offor Godwin among others.
Reiterating that there are no crisis in the forum, while urging members of the public to disregard the allegations as they were false.
“We the members of the Divine Mandate make bold to say that the allegations are baseless.
“Divine Mandate Pastors forum is not in crisis and we are more than ever committed to the vision of His Excellency for setting up the forum.
“Every Monday, we gather together at the government house chapel to pray at different locations in the state, and that has not changed.
Meanwhile, Divine Mandate Pastors is made up of over 2,500 clerics pastoring in various churches in the state, and it was formed in 2015 to support the election bid of Governor David Umahi through prayers.