Lagos - An emergency meeting of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) was convened just hours ago at the EFCC headquarters in Abuja, to discuss the sudden and frighteningly global emergence of a new super pastor here on Nigerian soil.
Many were first introduced to the life and style of Dr Sign Fireman by UK TV station, Channel 4’s Unreported World, earlier this week.
Many were astounded to say the least, but not as astounded as Bishop Ayo Oristejafor President of CAN, a man made more famous by his recent incomprehensible campaign against Islamic banking.
Bishop Oritsejafor’s reaction to the emergence of the new man of God was an outburst of pure outrage:
“Who is this Rev Dr sef? Who ordained him and where has his church been paying their tithe to? Definitely not to CAN.
“Oyedepo we know, Oyakhilome we know, even TB Joshua we know. But Faya-man, we do NOT know!”
CAN has now mandated the EFCC to commence a thorough and intrusive probe into the real identity of Dr Fireman, his nationality (as no sane Nigerian parent would give such names) and his money making tactics.
Questions CAN want answered include:
How did Dr Sign Fireman manage to amass such a large congregation without being noticed?
What is he trying to imply by calling his church the Perfect Christianity Mission?
On his Facebook fan page, one of his followers writes: “My daddy, I am one of the beneficiaries of your car gift…” How is he able to give cars away to his Church members?
All his followers refer to him as Daddy even though everyone knows that only the general overseer of the Redeem Christian Church of God owns that title. Is GO aware that this man is also being called Daddy by his congregation?
How does he get away with dressing and posing like a guy-man and posting picture evidence of such on his Facebook page? What manner of Christianity does he preach?
Also, on his Facebook page, why is he described by some of his congregants as ‘sweet tantalizing daddy’ and ‘the hottest daddy ever’?
Please visit Dr Sign Fireman’s Facebook page.
- Awa Niyen