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Court Fixes Date For Bishop Oyedepo’s N2 Billion Assault Lawsuit

Court Fixes Date For Bishop Oyedepo’s N2 Billion Assault Lawsuit

The High Court in Ogun State sitting in Ota on Wednesday fixed July 12 for judgment in the suit involving Bishop Oyedepo’s, the founder of the Living Faith Church Worldwide and the young lady who was slapped during a church service in 2009.Robert Igbinedion, a Lagos based lawyer who filed the suit on behalf of the young lady, is seeking the court to award N2billion as ‘general and exemplary damages’ against the flamboyant pastor among other reliefs.

Bishop Oyedepo was named the richest pastor in Nigeria last year by Forbes magazine with an estimated worth of over N20billion.

At the hearing on Wednesday, Dele Adesina, counsel to Bishop Oyedepo, complained to the court that Mr. Igbinedion added new grounds to his further counter affidavit which he served him on Wednesday morning.

Mr. Adesina, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria, also told the court that they did not have a photograph and the video where the Bishop slapped the young lady.

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