Bishop David Oyedepo & High Court

David O. Oyedepo is the richest pastor in Nigeria, affectionately called Papa by members of his church congregation (born September 27, 1954) is a Nigerian Christian author, preacher and the founder and presiding bishop of Living Faith Church World Wide, also known as Winners Chapel, and its affiliated international churches known as Winners Chapel International, with headquarters in Ogun State, Nigeria. The term High Court usually refers to the superior court (or Supreme Court) of a country or state. 1.7/5

Bishop David Oyedepo High Court Premium Times Ogun State African Charter Supreme Court Senior Advocate

An Ogun State High Court, Monday, adjourned till Wednesday, 13 June, proceeding in the N2 billion suit instituted against Bishop David Oyedepo by Lagos lawyer, Mr. Robert Igbinedion over the alleged slapping of a female member of his congregation. The adjournment was sequel to a letter sent to the court by Oyedepo’s lawyer, Mr. Dele Adesina (SAN), saying he is unable to attend the proceeding because of a matter he is handling before the Supreme Court. He apologised to the court over the development and requested for an adjournment to Wednesday this week. Mr. Igbinedion did not oppose the request but asked for cost, noting that it was at the instance of the learned SAN that the matter was fixed for today. The judge upheld his argument and awarded a cost of N10,000 against the defendant. The matter was subsequently adjourned till 13 June, 2012 for submission of final address. The multi-billionaire pastor secured the services of a Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN) Mr. Dele Adesina to defend the matter which ...
Say it from the mountain: Nobody,not even a Bishop,is ABOVE the law!!! Bishop Oyedepo denies slapping church member, says he cannot be sued 25/05/2012 22:32:00 Premium Times  "We submit that slapping being an act of assault an item outside the provisions of Chapter 4 of the 1999 constitution and the African Charter, this court therefore lacks jurisdiction over same." The multi billionaire founder of the Living Faith Christian Church International, Bishop David Oyedepo, has denied slapping a young member of his congregation; stating that neither he nor his church could be sued. In a notice of preliminary objection filed at the High Court of Ogun State and made available to Premium Times; Bishop Oyedepo maintained that he and his church are "non juristic persons" and therefore asked the court to strike out the suit as it lacked jurisdiction to adjudicate on the matter. Robert Igbinedion, a Lagos based lawyer, had in April, filed a suit on behalf of the young lady, who was slapped during a church service, ...
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