Winners Chapel Pastor Resigns from the Church after 16 Yrs to Become a Herbalist, Makes Shocking Revelations

Winners Chapel Pastor Resigns from the Church after 16 Yrs to Become a Herbalist, Makes Shocking Revelations

  • 40-year-old Oyewusi Oluyinka Abayomi was a pastor with Winners Chapel church presided over by Bishop David Oyedepo up until 2021
  • In 2021, he resigned from the commission and turned his back on Christianity to become a herbalist
  • Oluyinka has now opened up on the real reason he left Christianity and some sad things that happened to him in Winners Chapel

After 16 years of working as a pastor in Living Faith Church popularly known as Winners Chapel, a man identified as Oyewusi Oluyinka Abayomi called it quits on Christianity and the church in its entirety.

In an explosive post on Facebook on Thursday, June 2, the 40-year-old man shed light on why he actually dumped Christianity and the church presided by Bishop David Oyedepo.

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Oyewusi Oluyinka Abayomi, Winners Chapel church, pastor for 16 years, now a herbalist, shocking revelations
He resigned from the church in 2021. Photo Credit: Yinka Oyewusi
Source: Facebook

Oluyinka joined Winners chapel in 2005

Attaching a document showing his data with Winners Chapel, the animal production and health science graduate recalled the formative years of his time as a Christian.

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Oluyinka who came from a poor background and began his journey with two friends said his mother was late and he didn't know the whereabouts of his father, but he was yet on fire for God.

Looking back on the good old days with pride, the 40-year-old said back in his Iwo town, Osun church, he 'handled prayer sessions like wartimes events' and read the bible cover to cover.

He also prided in the fact that he had good oratory skills, which he claimed people in his local church could attest to at that time.

Trouble however started for him when he began full-time ministry.

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Oluyinka said voices commanded and revealed things to him

Oluyinka said when he started full-time ministry, personalities he described as 'hosts of hell' came 'banging on his door.'

He said they would tell him of future events before they happened and surprisingly things usually panned out as 'they' said.

"Later, those spirits told me why I am on earth, and if I neglect my path, I would regret being born. They said I'm a Babalawo by design. I quickly went on overdrive binding "thoughts that may setup their selves against God's knowledge and every disobedience..." Then I would hear strange laughter of a group of persons suggesting the spirits were many.
"Then I traveled to see a primary school mate who is making waves as a general overseer of a church. All his prayers or deliverance made no difference,'' Oluyinka explained.

He said 'they' gave him a description to meet someone in a village. On getting there, he was warned sternly that his refusal to become a herbalist could spell doom.

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"Then voices started threatening me and commanded me to go to a village whose name I never heard hitherto saying that someone is waiting for me there. I googled the name of the town and I found it. I went there because previous messages didn't fail.
"I met the person and the priestess gave a stern warning that refusing to work for the gods would be a deadly decision. I accepted the calling right away."

The young man said what would have taken others 8 years to master, took him 5 months as he now became a full-blown herbalist.

Oluyinka recalls some sad happenings in Winners Chapel

Citing a notable experience he had in 202 when his daughter was on life support, Oluyinka decried that Christian practice is different from what the Bible taught him. He recalled:

"In 2020, my daughter was on life support at Bowen University Teaching Hospital, Ogbomosho. The bills were clearly beyond what my 50k salary could handle.

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"I requested for help from the church hierarchy by calling the district pastor, and he said I should follow a correct route in channelling my request. I replied that I first of all called the area pastor who directed me and gave me his number to call.
"The district pastor started sounding offensive. That was why I went to nairaland and made a thread for help.
"Someone I met online sent huge amount of money to me in the following thread to clear hospital bills."

He tendered his resignation in 2021.

See his explosive post below:

Social media reactions

Abeey Damilare said:

"That's reason we all human being brother, it's just for lessons, let's look up to our Lord for any of our needs."

John Olu Akanmu said:

"This is serious and heart breaking thing.... it's only requires Almighty God seems beyond human thinking and understanding....."

Sunday Akinwola said:

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"Egbon, every experience in life is for a reason, a good experience is for a good memory while a bad experience may be for a lesson.
"Church may disappoint you but God can never disappoint you.
"Egbon, consider changing Church rather than forsaken Christianity."

Mayowa Muyi said:

"Serving God deference for serving man, man always disappoint u but God can never disappoint u."

Tech savvy traditionalist says he was born into a Deeper Life family

Meanwhile, previously reported that a traditionalist had revealed that he was actually born into a Deeper Life family.

He told in a recent interview that the public perception of traditional practices is ill-informed and bias.

The devout traditionalist said the practice is actually for the advancement of human causes and well-being stressing that it is people who have limited it to a means of seeking fast fame, wealth or wishes.

The tech savvy man who uses an iPhone 11 revealed that his family had disowned him as a result of his traditional practice.


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