First it was the big bank theory that later became a reality. The sex scandals involving Pastor Chris and Anita Oyakhilome. A scandal that is eventually leading to the couple's divorce after 23 years of marriage.
Secondly, it was the famous goateed preacher Pastor TB Joshua who initially claimed that only a few people were injured and then suggested that a low-flying aircraft was responsible for the collapse of his megabuilding headquarters.
On Tuesday he had tweeted: "Hard times may test me, they cannot destroy me."
Nigeria's National Emergency Management Agency's Ibrahim Farinloye said that much about the incident remained unclear and that the Synagogue "hid so much information from us. At least 17 people were killed reports the NNEM. South African President says 67 of its citizen were killed in the collapse of the church building. A cover up scandal?
Third is the reports that a private jet was seized and two Nigerians were being investigated for trying to smuggle $9.3 million in cash into South Africa. It turns out that the private jet and the money belongs to the Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN president, Ayo Oritsejafor via a company he co-owns, Eagle Air. The disgraced Pastor Oritsejafor said he had leased the jet to another company so had no control over the use of the jet.
"On behalf of Pastor Oritsejafor, we can confirm that although he holds an interest in Eagle Air, the aircraft in question is not operated by Pastor Oritsejafor. The aircraft was leased to, and is operated by Green Coast Produce Limited since August 2” a statement from the church read.