Pastor Chris Suspend Nephew Pastor Daysman Oyakhilome For Gross Misconduct

Daysman Oyakhilome Woghiren, the nephew of well-known Nigerian minister Chris Oyakhilome, the founder and president of LoveWorld Incorporated, better known as Christ Embassy, has been suspended from being a Pastor of the Christ Embassy Church worldwide due to gross misconduct.

During a Communion Service & Worship with Pastor Chris this morning, Sunday, August 7, 2022, the President of Christ Embassy, also known as Believers Loveworld, made the announcement.

According to Spye News, there may be rumors that he could face jail time in November 2021 as he is under investigation by the Economic & Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) for allegedly engaging in illegal financial activities.

As he was accused of breaking the nation’s COVID 19 rules at his earlier held entrepreneurs conference in the nation Ethiopia, where he gathered 27,000 people and as well as leaving the country with about $1.8 million, an amount he claimed were contributions and donations from the youth church program, these rumors started spreading soon after his run-in with Ethiopian authorities at the airport earlier this year.

Daysman Oyakhilome Woghiren is a rising star on the African leadership scene. He is making use of his gifts to encourage young people to be affected by the Bible. He is able to share the Good News using contemporary communication channels because he is a successful businessman and the CEO of Carel Films Enterprise.

He is responsible for the production of over 100 Christian music videos and animations, including “I Know Who I Am” by Sinach, “Kinging” by Rozey, “Igbunu” by Micheal Jaffe, “Untouchable” by TB1, amongst many others.

At the age of 20, he had already won the American Academy of Animations Award three times. He was also the winner of the prestigious Walt Disney Award and nominee for a Future African Leaders Award FALA). His true genius is to make the genius of others shine bright.

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