PFN debunks alleged anti-CAN remarks by Wale Oke  | The Guardian Nigeria News


Office of the National President of Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN), Lagos has refuted an online report that claimed that its President, Bishop Francis Wale Oke, made derogatory remarks about Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) and that he was trying to polarise the Lagos State chapter.

PFN, in a statement signed by the Office of the National President of PFN, Lagos, stated that the claims in that report were baseless and out of context.

Refuting the allegation, PFN said: “The attention of the leadership of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) has been drawn to a recent online newspaper report, circulating, regarding the statement made by the PFN president at the PFN Lagos Chapter meeting held on Monday in Lagos.

“In the said report, it was alleged that the Oke made derogatory remarks about CAN and that he was trying to polarise the Lagos chapter.

“The reported statement, suggesting that the President of PFN referred to CAN…

Source: Guardian Newspaper