How I knew I had wasted enough money at Redemption Camp - Philanthropist Olatunji

How I knew I had wasted enough money at Redemption Camp - Philanthropist Olatunji

- A Nigerian tech entrepreneur has taken to social media to share a recent experience at RCCG headquarters, Redemption Camp

- Identified as Fola Olatunji-David, he narrated how he was denied entrance into the place after he went there to drop off medical supplies

- Olatunji-David claimed they wouldn't grant him access into the place because of his wife's dressing which was against the rules

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A Nigerian tech entrepreneur identified as Fola Olatunji-David recently took to social media to express his displeasure following a recent experience at RCCG headquarters, Redemption Camp.

In a series of tweets, Olatunji-David recounted how he drove with his wife from Ikoyi to the camp located in Ogun state to drop off some medical supplies.

He stated that on reaching there, however, they denied him entrance because of his wife's dressing. Olatunji-David revealed she wore a pair of trousers and this wasn't allowed as stated on the signpost at the gate.

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He wrote: "2wks ago I drove for 1hr50mins on an errand from Ikoyi to Redemption Camp to drop off medical supplies. We were not allowed to enter because my wife (who was comfortably seated inside our tinted car) was wearing trousers. That's when I knew I had wasted enough of my money there."

He stated that despite explaining that what he had brought was for their own good and that he had driven a long distance, they refused him entrance and showed him the signboard which had the lists of prohibited things printed on it.

He continued: "I explained that what I was bringing was for their good and how far I'd driven in traffic. I was shown the wretched board that had a long list of things not allowed. In that moment I said the most Nigerian thing "it's not your fault, it's me that associates with you lot."

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So when people are challenging a way of life and thinking here, let's see it as a generational flaw which will not only be corrected online but at the very base of what several societal and religious institutions have been built on. Never stop holding our leaders accountable."

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While many people found it ridiculous that he was turned away, there were those who questioned why he simply didn't follow the rules of the church.

See some reactions below:

Meanwhile, Nigerians on social media were buzzing with mixed reactions following a birthday celebratory post made by Pastor Enoch Adeboye for his wife who recently clocked 72 years of age.

In the message, the man of God described his wife as a powerful woman who still manages to acknowledges him as the head of the home and accords him respect.

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Many people accused him of making the birthday post about himself while others opined that he treats his wife as a maid and does not consider her own happiness.

Also, a Nigerian lady called April has called on the authorities of the Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries (MFM) to call one of their pastors to order.

This was after the young lady and her friend were harassed by one of the pastors called David Godspower from the church.

According to April, she was walking to Yaba area of Lagos state alongside her friend, Chidera, when they were accosted by a man dressed in a striped shirt and black trousers.

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