Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor, former national president of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN), has spoken out regarding allegations that he mismanaged the body’s funds while in office.
According to The Punch, the clergyman said he left N600m in the coffers of PFN and almost completed a secretariat for the association during his tenure in office.
While speaking to newsmen in Warri, Delta state, Oritsejafor noted that he also secured a land and built a 4-star hotel for the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN).
He informed that the hotel would be commissioned and run by a consortium firm. The popular pastor further stressed that his critics are shameless and faceless human beings who deserve deliverance from God. Adding that people usually do not talk about his achievements.
“My critics are faceless, shameless and they need deliverance. By the grace of God, I have made myself available to do the will of God and not to listen to shameless detractors.”
Oritsejafor also said he would not rest in his bid to see to the welfare of those displaced internally by the activities of the violent sect, Boko Haram.
The clergyman has in recent times come under heavy criticism. About two months ago, Reverend Chris Okotie, the general overseer of Household of God church, told his congregation that Oritsejafor deceived ex-Nigerian president, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan (GEJ). Okotie stressed that it was Oritsejafor’s fake prophesy that led to GEJ’s loss in the last presidential election.