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Monday, July 30, 2018

RCCG G.O's son Leke Adeboye defend Rev Funke Adejumo



As people sign petitions to ban Rev Funke Adejumo from going abroad, Pastor Enoch Adeboye's son and other popular preachers defend her.

Leke Adeboye, the last son of the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) has shown his support for the preacher whom he describes as "mother/sister."

He did this via Instagram writing:

Apostle Johnson Suleman steps in:

The General Overseer of the Omega Fire Ministries has also spoken out in support of the female cleric.

In the Youtube video below, he says, "I was a journalist, there is nothing you will write about me that will get to me, I won't even read it and now its a woman of God, Reverend Funke Adejumo that they are busy attacking. It is not right, it is not fair and it will not stand. We stand by her at this time. We pray for her that this will be promotion for her ministry…"

Laurie Idahosa weighs in:

Rev. Mrs. Laurie Idahosa, the wife of Bishop F.E. Benson Idahosa, has defended Rev Adejumo with the Instagram hashtag #istandwithfunkeadejumo, which has garnered 650 posts.

On July 24, 2018, she posted a picture of the preacher with the caption: "I don't need to write any long explanation. If you know me and what I stand for and you know her, you'll know why #istandwithfunkeadejumo #awesomewomanofGod".

This did not sit well with well known religious critic, Daddy Freeze » who aired his views on her post via his Instagram account.


He said:

More support for Rev Adejumo

Meanwhile, a new petition has been launched on change.org to counter the call for the preacher to be banned from entering the United Kingdom, the United States, and the E.U.

It was started by Temi Chris-Kuye who wrote, "Call to ban Funke Felix Adejumo is a direct attack on Christianity. Unfounded malicious, defamatory and slanderous accusations are not lawful. Discrimination against a specific religious leader and denomination of a faith is indeed unjust and a prejudicial treatment.

"Article 9 of the Human Rights Act expressly states the freedom of thought, conscience, and religion. Funke Felix Adejumo is a Christian woman who has dedicated her life to serving humanity- she has built orphanages, Children's hospital and shelter homes for women fleeing domestic violence."

Reportedly, the petition got over 10,000 signatures within 24hrs. So far, over 19,000 people have signed.

Rev Adejumo has remained quiet as she been severely criticised online for
demanding for huge amounts of money in order to receive financial blessings » and divine favour » in general.

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