Redeemed Church Pastor, Ebenezer Oduntan Held In Ireland For Stealing €70,000 - United African Reporter's

Redeemed Church Pastor, Ebenezer Oduntan Held In Ireland For Stealing €70,000

Ebenezer Oduntan, a Nigerian pastor, was arrested and charged with stealing €70,000 from a firm and a church in Co Kildare during an eight-year period.

Ebenezer Oduntan (55), of The Close, Curragh Grange, Newbridge, Co Kildare, was detained and charged at Newbridge Garda Station, according to the Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement (ODCE).

Later, he was taken to Naas District Court. He is charged with 30 counts of theft, four counts of supplying false information, and five counts of providing erroneous information.

The accusations stem from an ODCE investigation into the alleged theft of funds from the Redeemed Christian Church of God, City of David, which is headquartered in Toughers Business Park in Naas, Co Kildare.

According to IrishTimes, Detective Garda Glenn Mackessy of the ODCE provided evidence of arrest, charge, and caution. The Director of Public Prosecutions has ordered an indictment trial, he informed the court.

When the alleged violations occurred between 2012 and 2020, Detective Garda Mackessy told Judge Desmond Zaidan that Oduntan was a director of the firm and pastor of the church. The overall cost of the theft charges is estimated to be around €70,000.

Oduntan was released on bail and ordered to return to Naas District Court in November to be served with a book of evidence.


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