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C&S declares war against fake ministers


Dr. Solomon Adegboyega

The Supreme Head of Cherubim and Seraphim Unification Church of Nigeria, Dr. Solomon Adegboyega Alao has distanced himself from every form of idolatry being attributed to his church by some Christians, saying the Seraphs stand for holiness and worship.

Alao, who spoke at a maiden seraph summit, said his church, established by the Holy Spirit’s inspiration through the late Moses Orimolade is going tough on all fake prophets and pastors parading themselves as agent of light in the holy order.

He explained that the church authority is ready to weed out all the Judas among the teeming disciples across the globe, with the view to rebranding the holy order.


Arguing that out of every 12 disciples, there must be one Judas, Alao said Cherubim and Seraphim leaders were ready to sanitise the population globally.

Speaking also at the summit themed: ‘Who do People Say I am’ were the wife of the Ooni of Ife, the Ojaja 11, Olori Naomi Ogunwusi and the founder of Love of Christ Generation Church, London, Reverend Esther Ajayi, who described the church as one of those with their origin in Nigeria and stands for the truth.

Ogunwusi, who said she believed in the church, said the church’s foundation was based on prayer and fasting and was proud to be associated with it.

She said: “When I began preaching at a tender age, it was strange to the church, where I worshipped. They said I preached like the people from C&S. I thank you for bringing me here today, because I have always wanted to be identified with the people they say I preach like. I love the church so much and I will always speak for you anywhere.”

She advised members to shun negative criticisms, as it was a deliberate act by certain people to ridicule all it stood for.

In her keynote address, Reverend Ajayi explained that the summit’s mission was to renew the church’s image.

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