Open Letter to Rev. Daniel Olukoya, Mountain of Fire Worldwide Ministries
Dear Reverend (Dr.) Daniel K. Olukoya,
Greetings in the name of Jesus Christ - The Redeemer of my soul. I am the only sister of the late Pastor Olugbenga Omotosho who was summoned to Lagos by you from his base. I am absolutely amazed by how you and your team have handled the issue of the sudden death of my beloved brother.
I cannot believe the ordeal that your team have put my family through, together with my chosen representatives. I always esteemed you highly, not only as a very educated man, but as a Man of God. I would appreciate it so much if you could personally provide me detailed information on the last four weeks of my late brother's life.
I would also like to know what transpired in the last two weeks of his life, especially since you summoned him to your headquarters in Lagos. I find it absolutely shocking that you did not fulfill the promise to call me while you were here in England this week. I understand that my brother's body is somewhere in Lagos and you are concerned about the financial aspect and spiritual aspect of the burial.
I will appreciate you contacting me directly to discuss your concerns with me.Your team has not been organised and has given conflicting information. I would like an independent autopsy performed on my brother's body. I would also appreciate that you respect my family's wishes. MFM HAS MADE IT CLEAR THAT IT IS TOO POOR TO PAY THE AIRLINE FARES FOR CARGOING HIS BODY HOME, etc.
Please kindly detail the terms of my brother's employment and service with your ministry. As far as I am concerned, my brother was overwhelmingly overworked in your organisation. He was on many occasions serving the ministry without being allowed to spend time with his family. It was even difficult for us to reach him on many occasions. A SIMPLE ONE MONTH HOLIDAY TO REST OVERSEAS AND EVEN HAVE A DOCTOR'S PRIVATE CHECK UP IN THE UNITED KINGDOM WAS TURNED DOWN BY YOUR ORGANISATION.
I am demanding answers from you as the founder of the ministries because your team has been very uncooperative and uncaring, apart from a couple of pastors who went out of their ways to assist. I would like to thank you for not contacting me in London, even though you were just a few steps away. Also, I would like to thank Bimbo Fatasi, your MFM London Thamemead International Headquarters, for leaving a message that she was on holidays.
Thank you so much Rev (Prophet) Olukoya.
Rev. (Dr.) Taiwo Omotosho