5,000 Dollars Stolen In Chris Oyakhilome's Vault, Oyakhilome's Close Ally Fingered

5,000 Dollars Stolen In Chris Oyakhilome's Vault, Oyakhilome's Close Ally Fingered

5,000 Dollars Stolen In Chris Oyakhilome's Vault, Oyakhilome's Close Ally Fingered

Ugly rumours emanating from the Believers Love World (BLW) popularly known as Christ Embassy headquarters, Oregun, Ikeja, Lagos is more than shocking if it is anything to go by.

Impeccable sources exclusively revealed to Enquirer Magazine that the church headquarters, which is the venue of their annual International Conference IPPC, is currently being shaken to its root due to the $5,000 US dollars that was cleverly stolen from the Central Finance Department on Tuesday, November 13, 2012.

One of the staff members who pleaded anonymity said Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, his serving pastors and other key members are still shocked at the disappearance of the money which was supposed to be in the custody of the Finance Department.

"These people will never change! They keep soiling our image, imagine now that we have international  delegates around is when such terrible thing is happening," the angry church member lamented.

The source further revealed that the money was mysteriously transferred from the Finance Department without following due process or accounted for and accusing fingers have directed to some of the trusted hands of Pastor Chris as investigations have began.

"The rumour is that the atrocity must have been perpetuated by one of Pastor’s most trusted hands who’s a senior staff of the department and that is why members of the finance department are doing everything possible to keep it under check until the programme ends," he added.

We also gathered that the Finance department is now being extra careful as this is not the first case of alleged theft since the programme started. We promise to keep you posted on this as efforts to get an official reaction on the story proved abortive as at press time. 

Source: Naija.ng

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