Bishop Oyedepo and Co Must Stop Charging School Fees Their Church Members Can’t Afford ––Pastor Ade


adegboroPastor Morayo Adegboro is the founding pastor of Kingdom Purpose Assembly, a Lagos-based Pentecostal church. Below is his take of church charging exorbitant fees in their schools:

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Some believe it is not right for churches to establish schools their own congregants cannot afford. What’s your opinion of this?

Some of our pastors are beneficiaries of missionary schools. I strongly think those missionaries left the comfort of their homes to do a selfless service. That is the same attitude we should have as missionaries. There is no justification for any church to charge fees that 90 per cent of their congregation cannot afford. That is a betrayal of trust. Church money is on trust. I strongly do not subscribe to this.

Most of these institutions are expensive to maintain and most of them are maintained by charity and the church’s purse. The churches should cut those fees by 50 per cent and make their medical care free for the people because if you talk about subsidising medical care, an average congregant may not be able to afford it. They cannot afford to run the schools for free though, but the fees can be reduced.

May God bless Pastor Ade for saying the bitter truth.


Babatunde Akinsola
Babatunde Akinsola
Babatunde Akinsola is aNaija247news' Southwest editor. He's based in Lagos and writes on the Yoruba Nation political issues, news and investigative reports

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