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People always say I behave like a member of C&S Church – Ooni’s wife

Wife of Ooni of Ife, Olori Naomi Ogunwusi, on Saturday, declared her admiration for the Cherubim & Seraphim church, saying that her love for the mode of service for the church made her face some reproach at the church of her birth.

She spoke as a guest at the 3rd day of the maiden Seraph Media Summit organised by the Public Relations Department of the Cherubim & Seraphim Unification Church if Nigeria, held at the Seraphim Land along Lagos-Ibadan Expressway, Maba Ogun State.

Olori Ogunwusi said she was born and raised up in a Bible-believing church but whenever she preached as a young girl, they said she sounded like a member of Cjejunum & Seraphim church

She stated, “When I began preaching at a tender age, it was strange to the church I worshipped. They said I preached like the people from C&S.

” I thank you for bringing me here today because I have always wanted to be identified with the people they say I preach like. I love the church so much and I will always speak for you anywhere.”

She advised members of the church to shun negative criticisms, saying that it was a deliberate act by certain people to ridicule all that the church stood for.

She continued, “I rejoice with the church today because of the foundation. When I wanted to learn about indigenous men of God, the first person that came to my mind was the late founder of the church, Moses Orimolade.

“I want you to know that you are a beautiful brand regardless of what people say about you. You have a beautiful mark of identification; with your white garment, you don’t need any further introduction to anyone.

We all know that in every original product, there are fake ones. People will always try to bring you down. When people said I was preaching like a C&S member, they were trying to bring me down.”

Delivering her keynote address, the Founder of Love of Christ Generation in London, Rev Mother Esther Ajayi, stated that the mission of C&S was to renew the image of the church.

According to Rev. Mother Esther Ajayi, “This summit is important because we live in a world that is changing. We are called all sorts of names by people. Even people who come to us for help tarnish us in the daylight. But like other denominations, we all have our shortcomings and humans will always be humans.”

She also said the founder of the church was never a cultist. She explained, “C&S is the only indigenous church that doesn’t have any western influence. Our late founder was not a cultist but he was feared by cultists. When I met with Pastor Enoch Adeboye recently, he said his late mother was always saying that fetish people feared C&S because they knew they were powerful.

“I urge the media to be free and fair when reporting C&S like they are with others. Nollywood practitioners should stop using white garment to portray bad characters. Members must also avoid dragging the name of the church through the mud,” Ajayi added.

Meanwhile, the Supreme Head, Cherubim & Seraphim Unification Church of Nigeria, Dr. Prophet Solomon Alao, appreciated the organizers of the summit.

He said, “With all the church has done to provide spiritual and physical supports for humanity, it is unbelievable that many take joy in tagging the church in ungodly names, which negate the essence of the church. We are pleading with them to fear God. I admit that we have a few bad eggs among us but this is not peculiar to our church alone.”

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