C & S Unification dismisses allegation of threat to life by Prophet Oluwagbemi as blackmail
...Says no crisis in Ondo State chapter
...Sp. Ap. Sebolatan leads committee for new order
The national leadership of the Cherubim and Seraphim Unification Church of Nigeria has said there is no leadership crisis in the Ondo State chapter of the church.
The chairman, National Executive Council (NEC) His Eminence Emmanuel Owomoyela, who made this known in a voice note currently in circulation disclosed that plans are underway to elect a new executive that would assume the helm of affairs in the chapter.
Baba Aladura Owomoyela also confirmed that the chapter's immediate past executive which was inaugurated in 2011 had been dissolved following its refusal to leave office after its three-year tenure elapsed.
He said, “As the chairman of the national executive council, I make bold to say categorically that, officially, there is no leadership crisis in the Ondo State chapter of the church. As a matter of fact, the executive committee of the Ondo State chapter which was inaugurated in 2011, has been dissolved, following its refusal to leave office at the end of its three-year term which was extended by itself and until now has refused to leave office, despite the fact that the national secretariat had written to them that they were no longer recognized as the executive committee for the state chapter."
He noted that a 21-member committee led by Special Apostle Sebolatan of the C&S Movement Church has been set up to work out the modalities for a new leadership in the chapter.
The NEC chairman, however, called on the general public to dismiss claims of an alleged assassination attempt on the life of one Prophet Kerubu Oluwagbemi.
Owomoyela said the cleric’s basis of linking the assassination attempt on his life to the C&S Unification church is malicious, derogatory and designed to smear the reputation of the church, which he claimed to be a leader.
According to him, it is on record that the said Prophet Kerubu was not a member of the dissolved committee neither was he an occupant of any office that showed him to be a prominent member of the Ondo State chapter.
While reaffirming that no leadership tussle exists in the state chapter, Elder Owomoyela assured that the issue of the Constitution plaguing the chapter was currently being addressed.
He appealed to members of the chapter to remain calm and await the dawn of a new era, as a new executive committee would emerge, as soon as the working committee finishes its assignment.
Credit: All Seraphs