Oyedepo’s son speaks on requesting financial donations from public

David Oyedepo Jnr

David Oyedepo Jnr, son of the presiding bishop of Living Faith Church Worldwide, popularly known as Winner Chapel International, David Oyedepo, has reacted to those sending fraudulent messages to the public in his name and asking for money.

Oyedepo released a disclaimer on Wednesday, March 22 via Instagram and 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.

Born on June 1, 1983, Oyedepo Jnr is an alumnus of both Oral Roberts University (ORU) and Oklahoma Christian University.

He got married to Kemi Oyedepo (nee Olubu) in July 2008. Kemi is the founder of Crisis-Proof Your Family (CPYF) a ministry aimed at ensuring successful marriages and families.

Oyedepo is the youngest vice president of the church. There are four other vice presidents.

He formerly pastored the London branch of the church with his wife, while his brother Isaac Oyedepo pastors Winners’ Chapel International, Maryland, in the United States of America with his wife Ayomitide. Their other siblings are Love and Joyce.