Pastor Tobi’s SPAC Nation absolved of fraud, criminal offences2 min read
Contrary to speculations about Pastor Tobi Adegboyega’s Salvation Proclaimers Anointed Church, SPAC Nation, on fraudulent and criminal allegations, information revealed the Pentecostal church in Croydon area of London has been absolved of all allegations.
The speculations became rife after a short video of Pastor Adegboyega surfaced with him spraying singer Davido with wads of pounds in the UK.
However, the police, in 2020, announced they will not launch a criminal inquiry into the church despite the allegations.
The Metropolitan police held a review into allegations of “fraud and other offences” against people associated with SPAC Nation but have found no criminal action.
However, two separate claims of fraud against individuals are being investigated, with one man arrested.
SPAC Nation said it was vindicated noting that truth always prevails.
The church, which at the time was under investigation by both the Charity Commission and the Metropolitan police, denied all the allegations.
“SPAC Nation will like to re-emphasise that we have confidence in the judiciary system and the law enforcement system, we have the belief they would do their jobs right and as a church, we stand for what is right.”
The church’s leader Pastor Tobi Adegboyega has always denied the accusations
SPAC Nation further denied the claims that the church is financially exploiting young people.
It also said the church has a robust complaints procedure and a well-run disciplinary system.
“SPAC Nation is not responsible for what goes on inside individual leaders’ or members’ houses,” the church noted in a statement.