DID YOU KNOW? Pastor Ituah Ighodalo Was Dismissed From RCCG.
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Pastor Ituah Ighodalo, who is now the Pastor of Trinity Church was once a bug Pastor in The Redeemed Christian Church of God. However, he was asked to quit the church in 2009 because he got married a second time.
A source in the church denied that Ighodalo was sacked, adding that Pastor Adeboye advised him to resign because he had to remarry, contrary to Biblical injunction since his former wife is still alive.
Ighodalo was earlier married to Lucy-Ann Summer, also a Chartered Accountant, whom he divorced. He later got married to former Miss Lux, Ibidunni Ajayi in 2007. RCCG does not support remarriage, except when one’s spouse is dead. Ighodalo, whose first wife is not dead, reportedly waited for about 10 years before taking Ibidunni to the altar.
Ighodalo granted an interview to ThisDay where he spoke on why he divorced his first wife. He disclosed that Ann refused to join him in Nigeria and after much persuasion failed, she left. “Because the expectations from the marriage were not met", the pastor added.
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