The Revelation church’s leadership has reacted to controversies surrounding the predicament of Ghanaian actress, Moesha Boduong.
The leadership of the church issued a press statement to clear the doubts and rumors leveled against the church. In the press statement dated July 14, 2021, Pastor Gabriel’s leadership said that it has noted the various comments and remarks on social media concerning Moesha Boduong now Maurecia Boduong and the church would not have responded as their focus is on her recovery and wholeness.
In recent news, music executive Ayisha Modi made some claims about Pastor Gabby as she called him out on social media and accused him of being responsible for what Moesha is currently going through. According to Ayisha Modi, Pastor Gabby instructed Moesha to sell her cars, collected the money she made from sales and claimed Pastor Gabriel gave Moesha an oil to drink.
In reaction to the accusation of Ayisha Modi, the church issued a statement to set the record straight stating categorically that Maurecia or members of her family did not give any property or cars or sales proceeds to the Lead Pastor or the church adding that their claims are verifiable. The statement also urged Ghanaians to disregard any other claim because it is a lie from the pit of hell.
The press statement also stated that Pastor Gabby or the church has not given anything to Maurecia to drink and they will be taking legal action against the persons involved for defamation.
Read the full statement below: