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Keep Quiet My Friend And Face Your Job - Bishop Oyedepo Replied Critics

The general overseer and founder of Winners Chapel International, Bishop David Oyedepo, has replied to those who criticized him for sacking some pastors.

He reacted to those who said his church should build factories and employ people instead of building more churches.

He also spoke more about the reason why he recently sacked about 40 pastors from his church.

In a recent video of his church sermon, he said all the offerings from rural churches for the next forty years can not pay for what they are paying an officer.

I heard some people saying it's because they don't have offerings. That was why we sacked them. You are unproductive. You will be plucked out.

We sent people to the villages to win twelve souls in a week and ensure that six of them come to church, and in six months you don't have ten. You are unprofitable. You shouldn't survive.

Sound management brought us to where we are today. Keeping unprofitable servants will make you a poor manager. Businessmen, hear me now.

If you have the right to resign, we have the right to sack you. It's a system. It works like that everywhere.

We are building big church auditoriums. Did we collect any money from you? We should have built a factory. Who told you? Do you budget for somebody else's resources?

Keep quiet, my friend, and face your job. They enjoy hearing from me, so I like speaking to them.

Even the UK government agreed that churches are one of the best charity organizations in the UK.

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David Oyedepo Oyedepo Winners Chapel International


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