Wife of former Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) President, Dr. Mrs. Helen Oritsejafor, has denied reports making the rounds of her divorce with her husband.
Mama Helen as she is popular called , in a statement, she personally signed, described the divorce rumour as “Hellish” Divorce allegation.
“Fam, my attention has been drawn to the fake and malicious news making rounds on blogs, social media platforms, and the newspapers against my character and that of my family. It’s totally unbelievable, reprehensible,, and unthinkable and it’s important that I make the facts clear.
“I am a wife, a mother and a woman of God, and I uphold the tenets of my Christian faith and marriage. My family and home is the most important part of my life.
“I therefore, appeal to everyone to put our interest and that of our lovely kids above the need to profit from this baseless endeavor. My husband and I are not divorced unless people get divorced on social media and I have never been unfaithful to my husband, whom I love very dearly.
“These are works of the devil and his agents to dent my character and good works. Over the years, I have committed my time and resources towards reaching out to the needy, providing support to widows, and giving scholarships to orphans.
“I have also taught and mentored a lot of young women on the principles of building and living happily with their spouses through my various platforms both on and offline. I cannot go against my own beliefs.
“Don’t forget that life is a seed. To carry a piece of baseless news not supported is not only malicious but punishable under the law of the land.
“I plead with the general public to give my family the privacy it needs and disregard cheap attempts to dent my image.
“In retrospect to the fake news, I have briefed my lawyers and all necessary legal actions are being taken.
“Thank you all and stay blessed.” The statement read.
Recall, that the media had been awash in the past weeks of the news that the fiery Pastor , Papa Ayo and his wife Mama Helen had parted ways after 20 years of marriage, ascribing the “divorce” to “undue influence” from the man’s family and “infidelity” on the part of the woman.