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Exclusive: Inside RevolutionPlus Property MD Bamidele Onalaja’s Dirty Financial World, Donations To Christ Embassy Church Programs

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Subscribers to various lands and houses of RevolutionPlus properties may have to wait forever as SecretReporters has uncovered the reckless spending of money paid to the company.

Weeks of investigations by this newspaper unearthed how the Managing Director, Bamidele Onalaja turned the company’s account into a freebie for his church known as Believers Loveworld aka Christ Embassy as well as influential individuals within Lagos State.

With an account in Zenith Bank, opened in the Allen Avenue branch bearing account number 1013698240, RevolutionPlus began to make transfers.

One of such was the sum of N50 million paid to Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi on 14th October 2020. On 27th October of the same year, another sum of N50 million was paid to the Oba.

Bamidele instructed the bank to move N10 million into Haven of Grace LCC 3 parish of Christ Embassy located in Lekki on the 2nd of November 2020.

On the 9th of November, another N10 million was transferred to Christ Embassy, Zone e for their special programs/STLB. On the 13th of the same month, a sum of N10 million was transferred to the church for the same special programme.

While subscribers were still waiting for the allocation of lands, RevolutionPlus ordered another N10 million from its account to Christ Embassy on 16th November 2020 for the same Zone 5 special programme. And the transfer kept being made.

Detailed scrutiny of the company’s finance shows alleged financial recklessness with more debits to individuals and companies that have no business in real estate.

In SecretReporters next series, we shall publish the names and amounts paid out by RevolutionPlus.

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