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Suspended RCCG pastor, Idowu Iluyomade resigns


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Pastor Idowu Iluyomade, the former Regional Pastor of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), City of David, Region 20, has resigned from his pastoral duties.

This is coming after he reportedly refused to serve a three-month suspension and accept a transfer to another parish in Ebute Meta.

Though, while his resignation has been submitted to the RCCG governing council, it awaits acceptance, given the ongoing suspension.

The council’s meeting, scheduled for August, coincides with the end of his suspension, paving the way for formal discussions on his resignation.

RCCG has established procedures for pastors in his position, ensuring a systematic transition.

Meanwhile, amidst these developments, there’s a groundswell of support within RCCG City of David for Pastor Iluyomade to embark on his own ministry journey. Notably, the influential Apapa Family within RCCG is reportedly facilitating efforts to assist Pastor Iluyomade in establishing his ministry.

Known for their involvement in philanthropic endeavors and collaborations with governmental and public sector entities, the Apapa family’s support adds weight to Pastor Iluyomade’s potential venture.

However, questions linger about the motives behind these actions, reminiscent of past instances where influential figures influenced pastors to resign and start their ministries.

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