Linda Ikeji published on her blog today a post about Late Pastor Ireti Ajanaku’s fleet of luxury cars. Another Nigerian blog Naijagists came out with another story claiming that the post is totally false according to its sources. Read Linda Ikeji’s post below:
Prophet Ireti Ajanaku, the late General Overseer of Christ Revival Victory Chapel International who was officially confirmed dead on Thursday August 22nd left 10 exotic cars behind when he passed. Some of them pictured above. The man of God, who was extremely rich, also left behind an all-white mansion located at Ipaja in Lagos. See more of his cars and what he said about acquiring exotic cars after the cut..
Prophet Ajanaku to City People before he died…
“A lot of people who know me believe I don’t have a life and I am mysterious. That is why I decided I would also have a hobby which is my love for exotic cars. I did that purposely so that everyone will be convinced I also have good taste like every other person. The kind of nature I have doesn’t value anything. So my love for cars is intentional. It is not a crime to drive exotic cars.
According to NaijaGists.com:
In the early hours of today, a controversial Nigerian blogger identified as Linda Ikeji alleged shared some fake photos of late Prophet Ajanaku‘s fleet of cars to satisfy her curious readers.
An insider at the late Pastors church who identified herself as Ngozi (last name withheld by request) claims the photos the bloggers shared with her readers are the fake ones.
“These are not our pastor’s Linda, I wrote you today and you ignored my message. why r u choosing to tarnish the image of the dead? I have been to his house on several occasions and am yet to come across such in his house. where did u find ur own? pls I need an answer – Ngozi said in an email she sent to www.naijagists.com this afternoon.
Though late Prophet Ajanaku told city people magazine he loves expensive cars, we can authoritatively confirm that the above photos are not his own.
Lie lie bloggers dey plenty for net.
May his soul rest in peace.
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Credit: (Lindaikeji Blog & NaijaGists.com)