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Prophet Fufeyin suit is the start of blackmails against preachers in Nigeria – Apostle Ololo


The General Overseer of Omega Prophetic Prayer Ministry (OPPM), Sapele, Delta State, Apostle Daniel Ololo, has described the recent defamation suit against the founder of Christ Mercyland Deliverance Ministry, Pastor Jeremiah Omoto Fufeyin as the start of blackmails against renowned gospel preachers in Nigeria.

Recall that Port-Harcourt-based prophetess, Augusta Olozulu – founder of Christ Word Deliverance Church,  had slammed a N100m defamation suit against Prophet Fufeyin, for allegedly masterminding her arrest.

According to Ololo, the blackmails which are being orchestrated by unknown persons are coming up because of “the good works they (preachers) are doing for the kingdom of God”.

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The rift between Olozulu and Fufeyin came public in September 2020 after she went solo.

In another development, the senior pastor and general overseer of Omega Fire Ministries International, Apostle Johnson Suleiman has been in the news lately, for allegedly sleeping with the wife of a former pastor of his church, Mike Davids and threatening to make him “disappear”.

But for Apostle Ololo, the recent happenings are “just the beginning of well-thought-out campaign of blackmail against prominent gospel preachers”.

Apostle Ololo traced the disagreement between Prophet Fufeyin and the prophetess to a land which a member of Christ Mercyland Deliverance Ministry, Port-Harcourt, wanted to donate to the church for the erection of the church’s permanent site.

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According to the Delta-based cleric, the said member insisted on making the donation in the name of Christ Mercyland Deliverance Ministry, Port-Harcourt, a church reportedly founded in 2016 by Olozulu with the approval of Prophet Fufeyin.

But Prophetess Olozulu, who allegedly changed the name of the church in September 2020 to Christ Word Deliverance Prayer Mountain, purportedly insisted that the land be donated in her name, Augusta Olozulu.

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Apostle Ololo further claimed that Prophet Fufeyin conceded against his church doctrine that the branch in Port-Harcourt be opened after several pleas and pressure.

He asserted that the Fufeyin had on several occasions assisted the prophetess financially, to enable the ministry to flourish, “before the unfortunate blackmail by Prophetess Olozulu”.

Ololo, however, advised her and others bent on maligning the reputation of renowned men of God, “to immediately repent and retrace their steps to avoid the wrath of God.” (The Nation)