Thursday, 27 September 2012

PFN Official Tells Gospel Singer Tope Alabi To Name The Pastors Pesting Her For Sex

Two days ago we brought you the story of ‘ore ti o common’ Yoruba gospel singer, Tope Alabi who spoke on a range of issues and even claimed that wealthy men and some pastors have pestered her for sex before which she declined.

Her allegation has sparked reactions from an official of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria who has challenged her to substantiate her claim by naming and shaming the pastors involved.
According to the official, “it is not possible that a pastor pestered her for sex as she claimed. But she needs to come out and name such an individual in order to teach others a lesson and cleanse the body of bad eggs.” Speaking further, the official asserted that “making such an unsubstantiated claim on the pages of newspapers will not make any impact but rather bring shame to the body of Christ. She knows the proper channel to follow to report something like that”.
What do you make of the reaction of this official especially as it regards naming the pastors involved – wouldn’t that lead to more controversies?

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