27 days after gathering the creme de la creme gospel artists and preachers across the globe at the famous Tafawa Balewa Square (TBS) in Lagos for the annual “Experience” gospel crusade, the organiser, Pastor Paul Adefarasin has misbehaved, smashing the glasses of a commercial bus and injuring a passenger in the process.
Adefarasin is known for his energetic preachment with his intimidating height.
But when a man of God’s aldernaline flows just as salt has lost its saltness, and a man of God loses control, what do you expect?
It was alleged that the man in the House on the Rock located at Lekki allegedly got enraged with a bus driver who bashed his car and he came down to teach the commercial bus a bitter lesson.
Unfortunately, according to Sabastin Townsend Ukegheson’s post on his Facebook wall, Pastor Paul Adefarasin was said to have come down from his car and smashed the windscreen of the bus.
As a result, a flying glass splinters injured a passenger in the process.
Although Nationalwire News couldn’t independently verify the truism of the allegation, an unknown member of the church said that despite what happened, “I cannot blame my Pastor Paul Adefarasin because he is just a human being like the rest of us.
“He can be angry like the rest of us. Jesus Christ was angry too.”
He further added, “I pray for the injured passenger to get well. I know Pastor Paul will compensate them. But let us not forget the good work Paul Adefarason has been doing faithfully for years!
‘Let us pray for reconciliation between Pastor Paul and the injured driver and passengers. May God heal them all!
The unknown member of the House on the Rock narrated.
Paul Adesoba said in his reaction that, “I love what he (Pastor Paul Adefarasin) did and I could have done same thing.
“Only those who have been frustrated deliberately by Reckless Danfo drivers in Lagos can relate. They will destroy your car deliberately and come down to beg you or run away.
“Let the driver feel the pains of destroying another person’s car and see how painful it is.Apologies to the passenger that got injured,” Adesoba reiterated.