- The lead pastor of the Living Faith Church Worldwide, aka Winners' Chapel or Cannanland, David Oyedepo, has urged parents to wake up to the current menace of the marriage of same gender
- The cleric urged parents to raise their children in the way of God so that they would not bring home their gender type as a future partner
- Oyedepo then prayed that parents would not have such an experience in their lives, this is followed with a resounding Amen
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David Oyedepo, the Pastor of the Living Faith Church Worldwide, popularly called Winners' Chapel or Cannanland has urged parents to train their children so that they would not end up introducing their gender as future partners.
The cleric was seen in a viral video where he called on parents to "wake up" to the growing menace of marriage of the same gender.
Bishop Oyedepo prays for church members against homosexuality
Oyedepo jokingly talked about the development at a congregation in the viral video, while calling on parents to train their children in the way of God
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The man of God prayed to his congregation that they would not have such an experience in the name of God and the congregation responded with a resounding Aameen.
Oyedepo owned one of the biggest church auditoriums in the world with a 50,000-sitting capacity.
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The religious leader also owns two universities, they are Landmark University and Covenant University.
He has been reported to be flying around the world with three private jets, having properties in Nigeria, the UK and the US.
The cleric's net worth has been pegged to be $150m.
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Peter Obi visits popular pastor after surviving assassination attempt
Legit.ng earlier reported that Peter Obi of the Labour Party has paid a courtesy visit to the founder of the Omega International Ministries, Apostle Johnson Suleman.
While sharing a picture of the visit on his social media, the cleric thanked the presidential hopeful for the visit and prayed for the continuous God's protection of Obi.
Obi's visit to the religious leader is coming a few weeks after the religious leader survived an assassination attempt that claimed 7 lives, including policemen.