A video has emerged online showing the moment the General Overseer of the Living Faith Church, popularly known as Winners Chapel, Bishop David Oyedepo, was attacked by a man who invaded the pulpit of the church in Canaanland, Ogun State.
In the viral video, the man who beat the security of the church could be seen holding Bishop Oyedepo on one of his legs and was dragging him and would have brought him down before the security officers quickly intervened.
A top source from the church told PM NEWS that the incident occured two Sundays before the Shiloh programme organised by the church last week.
It was gathered that the intruder came through the Love wing entrance of the church and tactically, was able to access the altar while Oyedepo was preaching.
There was a lapse in security as the intruder who was dressed in a white suit made his way to the altar and started dragging Bishop Oyedepo’s leg before the security officers came to aid of the cleric so that he won’t fall.
The security men and some leaders on the altar had to forcefully pulled the invader away from the cleric and was bundled out of the church where he was reportedly given the beating of his life by Oyedepo’s security operatives.
It was gathered that the security operatives who were on duty when the incident occurred have been changed and the church has tighten its security even at the just concluded Shiloh.
Watch the video below:
KanyiDaily had also published another video showing the moment Apostle Johnson Suleman was attacked by a Nigerian man during a convention last week in Ottawa, Canada.
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