Isaac Oyedepo, the son of Living Faith Church Worldwide founder Bishop David Oyedepo, has addressed recent suspicions about his status within the church and his relationship with his father.

In a statement posted on his X account on Tuesday, the younger Oyedepo underlined that his connection with his family, notably his father, is uncomplicated, and that he is a devout member of the Living Faith Church, also known as Winners Chapel International.

He reiterated his commitment to the church and requested that the public exercise caution when considering information that has not been communicated through his official social media platforms.

He also warned against the dissemination of unverified information regarding any separation from the Living Faith Church, as such actions could be viewed as a breach of his privacy.

He said in part, ““I must state that there is no complication in my relationship with my beloved family and my beloved dad ( Bishop David Oyedepo) who has stood by me and supported me over the years nor are there any in my commitment to my church-turned-home, Living Faith Church, also known as Winners Chapel International.

“I remain a steadfast member of the Living Faith Church dedicated to the service of the body of Christ.

“I urge the general public to treat information not communicated by me or any of my social media platforms with extreme caution. There should be no further publications on any severance of my relationships with the Living Faith Church without my express authorisation, as it may be considered a breach of my privacy. Thank you so much for your understanding”

Previous reports had suggested that the younger Oyedepo had resigned his position as the Youth Pastor of Winners Chapel, although there was no official letter of resignation published.




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