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“This man stole my money” – Actress Doris Ogala drags pastor Chris Okafor over alleged N25 million unpaid debt

  • Nollywood actress Doris Ogala has publicly criticized pastor Chris Okafor for threatening and blackmailing her over N25 million unpaid debt.
  • The movie star shared an account on Instagram about the theft of N25 million by the Mountain of Liberation and Miracle Ministry pastor.
  • The woman claimed that N35 million of her hard-earned money was given to the pastor for her.

Doris Ogala, a Nollywood actress, has turned to social media to call out a pastor Chris Okafor for threatening and blackmailing her over an outstanding debt of N25 million.

On her Instagram page, the movie diva described how the pastor of Mountain of Liberation and Miracle Ministry took N25 million from her.

According to her, N35 million of her hard earned money was given to the pastor to give to her.

He then informed her that he had only gotten N15 million from the person, following which he handed her N10 million and kept the remaining N5 million.

She assumed the man in question still owed her money, not knowing that he had received the whole amount.

Doris Ogala testified that he blackmailed and threatened her when she asked for her money because he is a self-proclaimed man of God.

In her words: “THIS man stole my money. Someone gave him 35, million of my hard earned money to give to me. He told me the person only paid 15 million and gave me 10 million and held onto 5 million..

“With me still thinking the other person was still owing me.. not knowing he took all my money. Chris I want my money complete.. now I’m asking him of my money. He started threatening and blackmailing me. Simply because he’s a self acclaimed man of God. I should not speak. Me I’m the anointed of God. Touch me not. I want my money period… he said because he’s a pastor, no one will believe me. That people will turn against me. He started threatening me.. he even said some people are begging him that they want to drag me. All I want is my money. I worked for it.”

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