by Isi Esene
Tope Alabi, the hugely popular contemporary gospel singer recently granted an interview revealing that she gets hit on by many pastors who make sexual advances towards her.
The beautiful singer said many of them try to get her using all sorts of means but she has continued to resist their advances saying she uses the opportunity to invite them to become members of her church.
The Yoruba contemporary gospel artiste said;
“There are some of them that want to get to you by all means, whether you want it or not.
“Among them are a lot of money bags, they help my ministry now, they see me as prophetess [sic], some of them even call me pastor, even there are ministers of God that pester me and say they want to get to me, but when they get to me and they see I’m not like that, they change, you are there to change life [sic].”
Alabi, however, did not reveal the names of the pesters she was referring to.
Meanwhile, this revelation has apparently not gone down well with the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN), which challenged Alabi to substantiate her claim by naming and shaming the pastors involved.
A PFN official who spoke with the press expressed doubt at the truthfulness of Alabi’s statement saying “it is not possible”.
The PFN official said;
“It is not possible that a pastor pestered her for sex as she claimed. But she needs to come out and name such an individual in order to teach others a lesson and cleanse the body of bad eggs.
“Making such an unsubstantiated claim on the pages of newspapers will not make any impact but rather bring shame to the body of Christ. She knows the proper channel to follow to report something like that.”
We are watching…
Grabs popcorn and waits…