The Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) has said the physique doesn’t gain inquisitive referring to the non-public battles of its contributors.
The physique spoke with SaharaReporters on Monday while reacting to the allegations of sexual misconduct against the Total Overseer of Omega Fire Ministries, Apostle Johnson Suleman.
A frail pastor of the church, Mike Davids, had alleged that Apostle Suleman slept with his wife, Faith Edeko, who currently heads an Abuja branch of the church.
The improvement had persisted to ride heated controversies with many Nigerians calling on linked authorities to form sure that the topic is successfully investigated.
But when requested referring to the action the PFN has taken on the topic, its National Publicity Secretary, Bishop Emmah Isong, said it is now not the organisation’s accountability to manage with personal factors of such.
He said: “We form now not are desirous to gain interested by personal battles. I form now not know while you be aware Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo’s case, our assert on it is, of us will bear to mute allow particular person churches, the board of trustees of those churches, to approach out of their dusky waters. It is till then that PFN will form legit statements.”
He described the physique as handiest a fellowship of churches, which has no retract a watch on over the non-public affairs of churches.
“Or now not it is a deepest battle, we form now not form legit statements on of us’s burdens. We’re cherish a physique of fellowships; we form now not retract a watch on churches and we form now not rule on what happens to them. Their lawyers and board of trustees will bear to mute battle that and I mediate they’re already doing that,” Isong added.
The intercourse scandal came to light when Davids took to social media to accuse Apostle Suleman of threat to existence and combating him from seeing his three kids.
He said he met Apostle Suleman in 2003 while he used to be in college.
Davids also said they turned very shut and he used to be at closing ordained a pastor of Omega Fire Ministries on June 9, 2006 by Apostle Suleman and served the church for over 15 years earlier than his exit in 2019.
Apostle Suleman had been in the news earlier than now over identical allegations bordering on sexual misconduct.