Insulting Me Is A Waste Of Time, Bishop Oyedepo Replies Presidency


Presiding Bishop of the Living Faith Church Worldwide otherwise known as Winners’ Chapel, David Oyedepo, has said that it was an exercise in futility insulting him.


He made the remarks during a sermon on Tuesday following a previous proclamation by President Muhammadu Buhari’s aide Lauretta Onochie on social media, where she berated him for condemning the Companies and Allied Matters Bill, 2020.


The bill, which has since been passed into law by the National Assembly after President Buhari consented to it, presently enables the supervising minister to remove the leading board of trustees of churches without recourse to the court.


Onochie had in her remark advised Oyedepo to be prepared to produce his own nation and live by his own laws on the off chance that he was not happy with the administration’s choice.

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“They stated, see his legs. Indeed, I say thanks to God for my legs. See his nose, truly, He made it and He did it flawlessly. Perceive how short he is, that is the size He made me for so I can spare more garments.


Responding on Tuesday through his sermon, Oyedepo said, “You insult me, I enjoy it. You insult me and I stop going to work because you insult, I will be a big fool. I am going to work.


“Anybody insulting me is wasting his time. One, I didn’t hear. Two, even if I heard, it won’t pain me. Anybody praising me is expressing his opinion. One, I didn’t hear. And even if I heard, it won’t blow my head because if you praise anything in me, it is Jesus.


“Nobody has the power to determine how many people worship Jesus. No force on earth has the power. If I were the devil, I will start mourning now. Shame on the devil.”

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