I lied: ‘Pastor’ who alleged GEJ gave 7bn bribe to Oyedepo, Oritsejafor seeks forgiveness
Kallamu Musa Dikwa, Remember him? The pastor who alleged that ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, gave out N7 billion to the leadership of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) and Pentecostal Fellowship off Nigeria (PFN), to facilitate and support his reelection has confessed to lying.
Musa Dikwa who is the Executive Director of the Voice of Northern Christian Movement (VNCM), has admitted to telling lies and now seeks forgiveness from those whom he maligned.
The controversial pastor apologized to the to the President of CAN, Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor; General Overseer of Living Faith Worldwide aka Winners Chapel, Bishop David Oyedepo and Secretary, National Christian Elders Forum (NCEF), Pastor Bosun Emmanuel.
Bosun Emmanuel, one of the pastors maligned by the controversial Mr. Dikwa, narrated this to the Religious Affairs Correspondents, on Thursday, in Abuja. He recalled that; “During the electioneering campaign leading to the 2015 elections, Musa Dikwa addressed a press conference in which he claimed three ministers of the gospel, the President of CAN (Pritsejafor), Bishop David Oyedepo and myself (Pastor Bosun Emmanuel) received N7 billion from the Jonathan administration to mobilise ministers of the gospel nationwide to campaign for his re-election.”