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Crime Does Not Pay, Imprisonment of Popular Lagos Pastor Should Serve As a Lesson To Other Clergymen

Crime Does Not Pay, Imprisonment of Popular Lagos Pastor Should Serve As Lesson To Other Clergymen.

Israel Ogundipe, a Popular Lagos base Celestial Church of Christ Pastor is currently trending on the internet after report of his jail sentence surfaced online. According to reports, Israel Ogundipe was jailed for 2 years after he alledgdly defrauded a business woman a whopping sums of money which amounts to 17 million Naira, in 2011.

According to report, the victim claimed she gave the pastor huge sums of money to procure a land for her, but the pastor diverted the money for personal use instead of procuring the landed property as the woman instructed. After many investigations and evidences, the pastor was found guilty, and sentenced to 2 years Imprisonment.

Pastor Israel Ogundipe's imprisonment should serve as lesson to other clergy man. It should make them understand that nobody is above the law and God does not support evil. This should be a warning to others, because God frown on fraudsters, for he is not a man that can be deceived.  

If you are doing the work of God, do it diligently with a pure heart and sincerity, because crime does not pay. Remember that nothing is hidden under the sun, you might get away with different atrocities, but one day the almighty God will expose your evil deeds and shame you in the general public.

Pls Let's try to be contended with what we have, because God is the giver of wealth and riches. He can lift you up from nobody to somebody.

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