Oritsejafor Hanging around Jonathan like Aso Rock Chaplain – Chris Okotie
Founder of Household of God Church, Pastor Chris Okotie has expressed displeasure with the President of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor for compromising the integrity of his holy office.
Okotie has expressed this in an article entitled: “$9.3m scandal: Oritsejafor should do the right thing”.
This is Okotie’s first formal reaction on the seizure of $9.3m which was conveyed in Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor’s private jet,
The pastor in his article noted that though, it is not a crime to be close to the President, the way Oritsejafor is hanging around Jonathan like Chaplain of Aso Rock is annoying.
The pastor who is also a politician and presidential aspirant under the platform of Fresh Democratic Party, called for urgent resignation of Oritsejafor to salvage the image of the Association.
He wrote, “Not that it is a sin to be the President’s pal, but when such relationship becomes provocatively patronizing, or self-serving, it is unacceptable.
“The pastor does not show restraint in the way he goes about, publicly hobnobbing with the President as if he is the Chaplain of Aso Rock.
“This certainly has compromised the integrity of his office as CAN President and his latest incident is just the climax of embarrassing incidents we can’t tolerate any longer.
“Considering the collateral damage Pastor Ayo’s close relationship with the President has done to the Christian community, it is fit and proper for the pastor to resign immediately as CAN President to salvage what remains of the battered image of the association.
“This is without prejudice to the ongoing investigation on the matter.
“Denials of his culpability by the Federal Government, CAN official and his own recent defense do nothing to reduce the moral burden this whole saga places on his shoulders.
“As the titular leader of Christians in Nigeria, there’s now a serious crisis of confidence on his leadership and he ought to respond to it by resigning from his exalted position.” the article reads in part.
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