Bishop Oyedepo had, while dismissing claims that he gets funds from Nigerian politicians during ongoing Shiloh, stated that he is dangerously wealthy and won’t be needing such money.
But reacting to this, youngest son of late Fela Anikulapo-Kuti blasted the cleric, telling him that money cannot buy knowledge.
In an Instagram post, Seun said, “You can be “dangerously rich” doesn’t mean you can buy enough knowledge to understand satire.”
Seun was talking about Oyedepo’s reaction to satire article on a national daily about President Muhammadu Buhari being cloned Jubril from Sudan.
According to him, the pastor should have known that the writer was only being satirical.
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Originally Authored By: John Owen Nwachukwu