The general overseer of the Living Faith Church Worldwide A.K.A Winners Chapel, Bishop David Oyedepo, has for the first time reacted negatively to the issue of seed sowing.

Oyedepo who has constantly been embroidered in controversy, over the issue of seed sowing, took to Twitter to disclose his latest remarks.

Prompted by the scourge of so many social media pages imitating that of the renowned prophet of God, He has warned the general public to be wary of all such FAKE account pretending to him.

David Oyedepo Min.@DavidOyedepoMin


Please be aware of all FAKE ACCOUNTS pretending to be me.
I will NEVER ask you to sow a seed to any orphanage or to any cause online.
Please do NOT fall victim.

It’s indeed your season of dominion! #IHaveDominion #scamalert pic.twitter.com/aD474a6Bl63493:35 PM – May 28, 2019Twitter Ads info and privacy

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He therefore imformed he would never ask anyone to sow a seed to any orphanage or to any cause online and warned against falling victim to scammers.

Bishop Oyedepo who has been ranked as the richest pastors in the world by forbes with a net worth of $150 million, often draws criticism to himself by his flamboyant lifestyle.

Critics have often accused him of converting the Church’s offering and tithes to his personal money; buy private jets with resources generated by a poor congregation; building schools the congregation members can’t afford and a whole lot more.

He has aslo declared that God requires nothing from those that worship him besides obedience.

David Oyedepo Min.@DavidOyedepoMin

God does not need anything from us; our obedience to God is totally for our benefit. #IHaveDominion pic.twitter.com/TsQ3NI2XOo43912:37 PM – May 28, 2019Twitter Ads info and privacy

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A sharp contrast to how many view him – a prosperity preacher.

According to Forbes 2018 rankings of the world’s richest pastors, Bishop Oyedepo tops the list which also featured other Nigerian charismatic pastors like Chris Oyakhilome of the Believers’ Love World (net worth – $50 million), E. A. Adeboye of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (net worth – $39 million) and T.B Joshua of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (net worth – $10 million).

Watch Oyedepo assault a Female Church Member During Church Service, in this video below.

Source: dailyadvent

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