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Cleric blames CAC for running Church like political party




A Clergyman within the Christ Apostolic Church (CAC), Tabernacle of Love, Ikotun Ile, Kwara State, Pastor Adeleye Gegeoju, has regretted that the lingering factional disaster brewing within the Church was affecting the morale and religious progress of members.


The Pastor opined that such disaster was not anticipated in any spiritual setting, saying time has come for leaders to cease working the Church “like a political social gathering”.

The Cleric mentioned this in Ifaki Ekiti, Ido/Osi Native Authorities Space of Ekiti State, whereas commencing a one-week revival with the theme: ‘Let There Be Unity And Peace in Nigeria’, on Monday.

Angered by the extended division within the church, Gegeoju mentioned the disaster which escalated in 1990 would have been lengthy resolved, however for the recalcitrant postures of some extremely positioned C.A.C leaders, who had been allegedly cashing in on the interior squabbles.

The Cleric reminded the C.A.C management that the stable and rocky basis laid by the founder, Apostle Ayo Joseph Babalola, was being eroded by the disaster.

“The disaster began lengthy earlier than 1990, however that was the yr it was blown open resulting from enmity amongst some C.A.C leaders. At present, there are 4 factions of C.A.C with every parading pretend Certificates of Incorporation at Company Affairs Fee completely different from What Apostle Babalola and different founding fathers handed over to the Church.

“The Certificates handed over to the church in 1943 by I.B. Akinyele, Joseph Ayo Babalola and David Odubanjo bore registration quantity 147, however right now, a variety of fictitious certificates are in circulation with their leaders laying declare to authenticity.

“If actually we’re serving God the best way Apostles Babalola, Timothy Obadare and Olulana Babajide did in C.A.C, then all these shouldn’t be occurring. However I received a revelation that vengeance will quickly come towards the masterminds of this disaster .

“CAC shouldn’t be a political social gathering. Some leaders had been even saying Apostle Babalola was from Odo Owa in Kwara, however the late CAC founder was from Ikotun Ile, which was a neighbour to the city. All these misconceptions and lies should cease for our church to regain its integrity”.

The person of God pleaded for unity in homes of God throughout the nation, saying that is crucial and pivotal to fixing circumstances of killings, kidnappings and maiming of Christians by bandits.

“Christians and their denominations are alleged to be united in prayers in Nigeria with the best way we’re being killed and kidnapped. We are actually being subjected to persecution and slightly than face these, church buildings are preventing one another.

“Whoever is dividing the church of God like a political social gathering shouldn’t be a candidate of heaven, this could’t take anybody to heaven,” he warned.

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