Oyedepo’s son Isaac reacts to reports on exit from Living Faith Church

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Isaac Oyedepo Sets the Record Straight.

In a recent turn of events, , the pastor and second son of the renowned Bishop David Oyedepo, has addressed the ongoing speculations surrounding his alleged departure from Worldwide to establish his own ministry.

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Amidst swirling rumours and unverified reports, Isaac Oyedepo has broken his silence, reaffirming his loyalty to Living Faith Church and maintaining that his relationship with his family remains solid. In a statement, he expressed his commitment to the church, which he refers to as his “church-turned-home,” and clarified his position on these rumors.

Isaac Oyedepo

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While he refrained from confirming whether he had indeed resigned from Living Faith Church, Isaac Oyedepo used this opportunity to caution the media against publishing any information about him without his explicit consent, emphasizing that such actions would infringe on his privacy.

“It is worthy of note that no external statements have been authorized or verified by me. I must state that there are no complications in my relationship with my beloved family, and my beloved dad (), 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),” Isaac stated.

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He went on to reiterate his unwavering dedication to Living Faith Church and urged the general public to exercise extreme caution when dealing with information not directly communicated by him or through his official social media channels.

“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 of my privacy. Thank you so much for understanding,” he concluded.

Isaac Oyedepo’s statement serves as a firm assertion of his continued affiliation with Living Faith Church, dispelling the rumors that had been circulating regarding his departure and the establishment of his own ministry.

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The public is advised to respect his privacy and await further updates directly from him or his official channels.

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