No problem between Oyedepo and I, son Isaac speaks

Isaac Oyedepo David Oyedepo son

Isaac Oyedepo, son of the presiding bishop of Living Faith Church Worldwide David Oyedepo, on Tuesday released a statement concerning the news of his alleged breakaway from the church.

It was alleged that Isaac recently resigned from his position as national youth pastor of the Youth Alive Fellowship (YAF), the church’s youth arm. His appointment was announced in September. Isaac took over from Pastor David Nwabueze who was transferred to Nasarawa State.

There were also claims that he resigned because he was unhappy with the church’s policy on staff welfare and that his frequent transfers within and outside the country had been due to his disagreement with the church’s leadership.

However, in a statement posted on Instagram, Isaac debunked the allegations, adding that his relationship with his family and father is not strained as alleged.

He said, “It is worthy of note that no external statements have been authorized or verified by me.

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“I must state that there are no complications in my relationship with my beloved family, and my beloved dad (Bishop David Oyedepo), who have stood by and supported me over the years; nor are there any in my commitment to my church-turned-home, Living Faith Church (also known as Winners Chapel International).

“I remain a steadfast member of Living Faith Church, dedicated to service in the Body of Christ.

“I urge the general public to treat information not communicated by me, or from any of my social media platforms, with extreme caution.

“There should be no further publication(s) on social media, electronic or print media, about any severance of my relationship with the Living Faith Church, or my family, without my express authorization, as it may be considered a breach to my privacy.”