Pastor Sunday Adelaja Now On Drugs, Passport Seized As Lawsuit Over $100M Ponzi Scheme Continues


Nigerian pastor and erstwhile senior Pastor of The Embassy of God Church in Kiev, Ukraine, Pastor Sunday Adelaja, is currently swimming in fresh trouble as the Ukrainian government is said to have placed him under house arrest, his passport seized over a $100 Ponzi scheme allegation leveled against him some years ago.

According to source closed to him, pastor Sunday is now on drugs after the Ukrainian authority placed him under house arrest with his Passport Seized to prevent him from leaving the country

The fall of pastor Sunday Adelaja is also connected to the multiple sexual accusations of over 20 women who accused him of having extra marital affairs with them.

Adelaja, was reported to have admitted that he sexually abused the women in an audio clip which went viral on the internet in 2016 when an undercover journalist who posed as a prophet called him from the UK.

Adelaja was heard saying “Amen, Glory to God” after the undercover journalist promised to erase all incriminating evidence of his illicit affair and exonerate him from the offence. The confession came one month after he posted a video on his blog titled “Sexual Sin Is Not Enough to Take You to Hell.”

A long letter written to him in 2016 by his spiritual father and mentor, Apostle Tuff Ulysses who is based in the US indicates both of them since parted ways after the man got wind of his sexual shenanigans with his followers. Apostle Tuff Ulysses wrote him a letter officially withdrawing his mentorship from him.

Below is a copy of the letter which Pastor Sunday Adelaja former mentor wrote him in March 30, 2016:-









The Embassy of God Church, reputed to be Europe’s largest church with over 100,000 members mostly white members is now living in her past glory as thousands of members left the church due to Pastor Sunday Adelaja’s immoral act and also the $100 million law suit instituted against him by some members of the church who accused him of defrauding them by asking them to invest in a Ponzi Scheme “Kings Capital” which later collapsed.

Pastor Sunday Adelaja was removed as the church head; his name is no longer among the names of the church executive.

To make matter worse for him, the Ukrainian authority placed him on travel ban since last year and his international passport seized from him to stop him from fleeing the country.

Also, recent reports reveal that one of the young ladies who accused the pastor of forcefully having sex with her against her consent, later committed suicide.

Watch Video of Sunday Adelaja allegedly confessing to extra marital affairs:-


Information obtained from a close source to Pastor Sunday Adelaja reveals that, the pastor is now on drugs due to the myriads of problems surrounding him. He is presently at the crossroads of life looking at where he was before and where he is now.

I believe that God must have warned Pastor Sunday Adelaja before his sudden fall but he never heeded to the admonition because of pride and arrogance.

Pastor Adelaja is full of himself as if he alone has the monopoly of spiritual knowledge. His over 25 years of ministerial exploits in faraway Ukraine is now in ruins, he has completely lost it and that’s why he is trying hard to bring down other men of God mostly in Nigeria, a source close to him said.

His recent Facebook live stream collaboration with a Nigerian “On Air Personality” Daddy Freeze also did not go down well with the Christian community as many Christians have accused the man of digressing into the lowest ebb of spiritual sensitivity, constantly trying to drag down other men of God.

Recently, he was again accused of master minding a petition to the UK Prime Minister, Theresa May, urging her to ban a Nigeria preacher, Rev Funke Adejumo from entering the UK.

Pastor Sunday Adelaja and his protégé, Mayowa are accusing Rev Funke Adejumo of defrauding people by asking them to sow a seed ranging from $500 to $1000 as the case may be.

The petition has caused some mixed feelings in the Christian faith with some groups supporting Rev Funke Adejumo