The controversial daughter of Victor Omololu Olunloyo – a former governor of Oyo State, Kemi Olunloyo, has come up with reasons she called the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor E. O Adeboye a murderer.

The media personality, in a recent interview with Pulse Television, had accused Adeboye of murder;

She said, “Pastor Adeboye killed a cop in 1971. I’m saying this in front of a camera. I have always posted it on Facebook and Twitter but I am saying it on camera now.

“He thought he was shooting an armed robber in his house but it was actually a cop that broke in and he got killed.

“That’s why I call him a murderer; If you murder somebody, you will continue to be a murderer; he is a murderer,” the 51-year-old activist stated.

However, when asked why she was making the ‘weird claim’, Kemi said, “Pastor Adeboye said if you are single mother, you have no worth.

“He said it in one of his speeches in his church and that’s the real reasons I went after him.

“I am a single mother, we have worth. We don’t have to be married,” she continued.

“I have people on Facebook telling me: ‘how come you have children?’

“You don’t have to be married to have children,” she quipped.

Source: Daily Post


  1. Don't incure the wrath of God on your self by calling a man of God a murderer. From your story this is accidental and this can not be confirmed

  2. surely you displayed ur foolish ignorance and lack of discipline in the public. u are lucky the man of God didnt call u a prostitute. how did u get the children without marriage if not prostitution which God detest. you are shameless. better repent before its too late. Azi from Jos.

  3. funny enough you even said 'He thought he was shooting an armed robber in his house but it was actually a cop that broke in and he got killed'. better go see that man of God to pray for you to get a husband which is not too late with God. atlaest if not for the marriage seek, for your soul (salvation). Azi from Jos.


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