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Isaac Oyedepo’s Resignation: Why Winners Chapel Management Is Silent

There have been reports making the rounds that Pastor Isaac Oyedepo, second son of Bishop David Oyede­po has resigned from Living Faith Church also known as Winners Chapel.

The reports quoted an online in­terview the young Oyedepo granted Pastor Steve Ogah on Bridge, an online TV. Ogah is an inlaw to the Oyedepos.

Many online platforms quoted virtually the same report every­where saying Isaac Oyedepo had resigned without giving detailed information about the resignation.

Efforts to get information on the resignation had been difficult, but from the interview on Bridge which spanned about one hour, there were no indications that Isaac Oyedepo talked about his resignation on the platform.

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A top source within the church, however, confirmed that Isaac Oyede­po did resign, but that the church would not want to comment on it.

The source who pleaded anonym­ity said Isaac had allegedly been at loggerheads with the church over the miserable salary being paid to its staff.

The source said Isaac had always been at loggerheads with the church since he came into full-time ministry.

It was because of his hardline pos­ture against the bad treatment meted out to staff, that he was first posted to South Africa many years ago.

When he got to South Africa, the source said he increased the salary of staff he met on the ground be­cause he felt the commission had so much money and had the capacity to pay more than it pays its staff.

This drew the anger of his father, Bishop Oyedepo. Isaac was later recalled to Nigeria and posted to a parish of the church in Abuja.

When he got to Abuja, the sources said, Isaac still maintained his pro-staff posture and was said to have unilaterally increased the salary of the staff of those working with him and had advocated that people working in the church should be paid some living wage…..CONTINUE.FULL.READING>>>

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