Special Apostle/Prophet I.T. Adewoye is one of the leaders of Cherubim and Seraphim Movement Church Worldwide. In his seventies, Prophet Adewoye is the spiritual leader and founder of Ayo Nio at the Idimu District in Alimosho Local Government Area of Lagos State.
His church located at 22, Idimu-Egbeda Road, Pipeline B/Stop is only a step to the Police Command at Idimu. One of the 53 district headquarters of C&S in Nigeria, USA and Europe, Ayo Nio is a big church congregation.
Impeccable sources told orijoreporter that Prophet Adewoye wields enormous influence in the area, and is often consulted on issues by individuals and groups. It is said that among those who go to him for spiritual help is Lagos State Deputy Governor, Adejoke Orelope-Adefulire.
From a polygamous family, Adejoke’s father, Alh. Saka Orelope is a popular politician in Alimosho Local Government. Her first marriage to an ambulance driver with National Orthopedic Hospital (Gbobi), Toyin Kembi, and father of her children collapsed like a badly arranged pack of cards.
However, if Prophet Adewoye and the Lagos deputy governor’s relationship has been hitch free, that of a private one, between the septuagenarian and a female member of his church, Mrs. Lateefat Balogun (pictured right and photographed with Prophet Adewoye on her matrimonial bed) has landed him in hot water.
Orijoreporter was exclusively told that Prophet Adewoye enjoyed romantic tryst with Mrs. Balogun. It was said that their secret love nest was the recess of the church. At times, they made use of Mrs. Balogun’s matrimonial home around Abidap Hotel at Abesan Housing Esate, Ipaja, whenever her husband was out of town.
It was gathered that their last meeting at Mrs. Balogun’s matrimonial home has pulled apart the curtains to reveal what was going on in the backstage of the revered man of God’s life. He was caught red-handed and photographed nude by Mrs. Balogun’s husband.
Boiling with rage, Mr. Balogun took out his anger by dragging Prophet Adewoye to the Police Command at Idimu where he was begged not to press charges against the septuagenarian pastor.
Attempts made by our correspondence to confirm the incident from Prophet Adewoye were frustrated by people close to him.
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