I Was Only Paid N75M For Curing Her Of Strange Ailment, I Didn’t Scam Her- Prophet Ayoola

May 18, 2017 / Alonge Michael / Saints & Sinners / 5 Comments »

A prophet at a Celestial Church of Christ in Oke-Ira, Ogba, Lagos State,identified Oladele Ayoola, has denied the allegation that he collected about N75m, three houses and two vehicles to heal a businesswoman of fibroids.

The 45-year-old prophet said rather, he assisted the woman to cure “a strange ailment, which almost forced her to commit suicide,” adding that she gave him about N25m in tranches as gifts.

He stated that he used the money to build a four bed-roomed duplex in Ijoko, Ogun State, and admitted that the woman also bought a Toyota Highlander worth N6m for him.

The prophet denied that the woman built two houses for him in Ado Ekiti, Ekiti State, and bought a Lexus for him.

It had been reported that the woman had approached Ayoola sometime in 2007 through a neighbour to seek spiritual solutions to her fibroids after a doctor reportedly told her that her womb had to be removed to cure the ailment, which made blood flowed from her private parts for 14 years.

The prophet was said to have given her some concoctions and charged N98,000 for the treatment.

The flow was said to have stopped after taking the herbs, but returned two weeks later.

He allegedly told the woman that her husband was behind her ordeal and advised her to bring her three children for spiritual cleansing because the husband wanted to use them for ritual.

He was said to have subsequently hypnotised the woman and asked her to build a duplex for him in Ijoko, as well as two five-bedroomed bungalows in Ado Ekiti.

However, it reportedly dawned on one of the woman’s children, a lawyer, sometime in March 2017 that the family was being duped after the prophet allegedly collected millions of naira from her for spiritual help.

The case was reported to the police at the Special Fraud Unit, Ikoyi, leading to the prophet’s arrest.

In a chat with our correspondent, Ayoola, who is on police bail, refuted the fraud allegation against him, saying the woman gave him money to build the house to appreciate the healing.

He said, “One Iya Ibeji introduced her to me. The woman didn’t tell me she was suffering from fibroids. It was a strange ailment. She was bleeding from the private parts every day and was very lean. She said she was fed up and wanted to commit suicide. I told her I would treat her if she could pay N98,000 and she agreed.

“Within two weeks, the blood stopped and she had a permanent healing. At a point, we became family friends. She gave me money to build a duplex in Ijoko after God used me to answer her prayers. She initially sent about N22m into my UBA account to build the house. About N3m was later sent to my Union Bank account. I would not reject gifts from somebody that God used me to heal. I also assisted her family members whenever they had any problem.”

The prophet explained that the woman bought the Toyota Highlander for him when he was to be made a chief in Ado Ekiti. He said his relationship with the family began to turn sour in 2014 when the woman’s husband asked him to steer clear of the family.

“But she was not the one who built the two houses in Ado Ekiti for me. There are several persons God is using me for. In 2014, her husband told me to leave the family alone, but the woman begged me not to. She bought the Toyota Highlander for me for N6m.

“I was surprised when some policemen from SFU came to arrest me in Ekiti. I was detained in their office for 16 days and the Highlander was seized. I didn’t collect anything from the lawyer as claimed and didn’t hypnotise anybody,” he added.

Ayoola said he was ready to forfeit the house in Ijoko and the Highlander, which was in police custody.

Source: Punch Newspaper

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5 responses to “I Was Only Paid N75M For Curing Her Of Strange Ailment, I Didn’t Scam Her- Prophet Ayoola”

  1. Bishop says:

    Olu awo in garment…

  2. The SON OF JEHOVAH in PH. says:

    Hmmmmm…you see, I don’t blame all these people that calls themselves shepherd/prophets in this church but I seriously blame these elders and spiritual rulers that we have …the scriptures says, if the foundation is bad what can the righteous do? Nothing of course..CCC Elders and Leaders must stand up to restructuring of this CHURCH,it is not this prophet alone there are still a lot of wolves in sheep sink in this church…God will see us through one day sha…

  3. prince says:

    Prophet with a chieftains rank Hmmmmmm

  4. Oluseyi says:

    Eemo, chief.

  5. Superior Evangelist (Barrister) Olawole Famakinwa says:

    Wonders will never end. When I first heard of this story, little did I know that it was connected to our church. Charging N98,000.00 for a healing. Obtaining a Highlander Jeep when the prophet was to be made a traditional chief. Our church constitution expressly forbids members and particularly church workers from obtaining chieftaincy titles and using them as part of their nomenclature! A gift of N2miilion for a healing freely given by our Lord and Master Jesus Christ. He is now offering to hand these “gifts” back after being arrested in handcuffs and spending 16 days in the gulags of the SFC in Ikoyi. For what? Ephemeral gifts that lead no where. Prophets servant Gehazi did not do as much before the Lord punished him. I do not condemn Prophet (Chief) Ayoola but I wish whatever a man does, does not show the Celestial Church of Christ in a bad light.

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