Bishop Oyedepo’s Son Speaks On Requesting Money Donations From The Public

The son of the presiding bishop of Living Faith Church Worldwide, popularly known as Winner Chapel International, David Oyedepo, David Oyedepo Jnr, has distanced himself from those using his name to send fraudulent messages to the public.

In a disclaimer released on Wednesday via Instagram, Oyedepo said that on no account would he ask for funds or request financial donations.

The resident pastor of the church’s headquarters in Ota, Ogun State, also known as Faith Tabernacle and Canaanland, urged the public to treat such persons who ask for money in his name as fraudsters.

“Please be informed that on no account will I solicit funds or request financial donations. Treat any such frequent as impersonation, fake and fraudulent. Beware of fraudsters,” he said.

Bank Manager Arraigned For Fraud

Meanwhile, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) arraigned one Kichime Gomwalk, a First City Monument Bank (FCMB) branch manager, with two others on a five-count charge bordering on stealing, cheating and obtaining by false pretence to the tune of N55 million fraud.

Gomwalk was arraigned before Justice P. S. Gang of the Plateau State High Court Jos on Tuesday alongside Michael Damkas Buayam of Tan Global Energy Limited and Abbas Andrew Dayilim of Castlegate International Limited.

 Gomwalk, while serving as branch manager of FCMB Plc, Murtala Mohammed Way Jos, in Plateau State allegedly forged a COCIN GRATUITY CERTIFICATE OF PLEDGE/LETTER OF SET-OFF dated 30th DECEMBER, 2019.

The letter was purportedly co-signed by Mrs Monica Bitrus Tang and Rev (Dr.) Amos Musa Mohzo, Directors after which it was used to secure an overdraft from FCMB Plc to the tune of N55, 000.000.00 with COCIN Gratuity account N0. 100GOMWALK379 domiciled with FCMB Plc.

This article was originally published on Naija News

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