Go To God With Your Grievances, Not The Media” – Morayo Brown, Blasts Winners Church Pastor For Bringing His Sack Letter To The Media

Go To God With Your Grievances, Not The Media” – Morayo Brown, Blasts Winners Church Pastor For Bringing His Sack Letter To The Media

Nigerian TV Host, Morayo Brown has slammed the pastor who alleged that he was sacked by Bishop Oyedepo of Winners Church for telling the media about it.

It is no news that a pastor revealed that he together with other 40 pastors of the Living Faith Church fondly called Winners Chapel were sacked following low income generation at their respective branches.

In reaction, Morayo stated that she has come to a point where she can no longer keep mute after restraining herself from commenting on topical issues like this.

Descending on the pastor who gave the information to the news media, Morayo said that any pastor who knows that he was sacked by the church should channel all their complaints to God but not the media.

See her post below;

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Go To God With Your Grievances, Not The Media” – Morayo Brown, Blasts Winners Church Pastor For Bringing His Sack Letter To The Media

Her post however didn’t sit well with Nigerians on social media, they slid under the comment section of the post to drop some savage comments. Ghgossip compiled a few below;

phemmie_mr

Take grievances to God not social media? But it’s okay for the pastors to use social media to reach people? LMAO. Are presidents or other leaders elected on social media? Why is it okay to bring governance and other issues to the social media but not okay to bring matters involving “men of God” to the social media? Is God no longer omnipresent? This type of hypocrisy does more damage than good to the body of Christ!

fumzy4eva

@morayobrown you are also doing the same thing the pastor did. If you feel coming on social media to vent his grieviances is bad you too why condem his action on social media. Get his phone number and talk to him then you would have gotten the whole scenerio and not be a judge too. Let God be the ultimate judge.

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jmapelle_em

But he is human, the church should be a place of succour. Asking him to vacate his premises is demoralising. In Benue, civil servants are hardly paid and farmlands are sacked. These are two basic earning points for inhabitants over there. Should our actions as a church lead people away or keep people in? How do you even sack a pastor if it’s not an immoral act but income generation? Is church now business?

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