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“Take your grievance to God, not the media” Media personality, Morayo Brown criticizes alleged Winners Church pastor for bringing his sack letter to the media


TV host, Morayo Brown, has criticized the pastor who claimed he was sacked by Winners Church for taking the matter to the media.

Recall that a pastor granted an interview where he claimed that he and over 40 other pastors of the Living Faith Church,  aka Winners Chapel, were sacked for not generating enough income in their branches.

Responding, Morayo said she has been silent about most of the things happening in Nigeria over the past week but she can’t keep silent about the pastor’s action.

She added that any pastor who claims he was sacked by the church should take his grievance to God, not the media.

Morayo Brown wrote:

“God is the real MD of any Bible believing church. If you get “sacked”, take your grievances to HIM not the media. Only HE can compensate not the rabble rousers on social media.

So many topical issues happened this past weekend. I held myself from commenting on any of them. This one, I can’t let it slide.”


Morayo Brown is a TV host and daughter of the late Nigeria Bar Association (NBA) chief, Alao Aka-Bashorun. She was the deputy director of programmes at TVC before she resigned in May 2019 as host of popular breakfast show ‘Your View’ with some ladies.

She studied Political Science at Rutgers University, the State University of New Jersey.

Growing up, Morayo Brown modeled herself after her mother before she was inspired by the books she read about  Abike Dabiri, Oprah Winfrey, Ibukun Awosika, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, and Chimamanda Ngozi-Adichie.

She admires these women especially after reading their books and listening to their speeches.

Morayo Brown began her career in the media in 2005 as a Client Service Manager at CMC Connect (a PR Company) before she moved to CUE Media, a content development company as the Head of Content, and Development, and later became a Senior Executive, Marketing, and Research.

She is behind many concepts like “Girlfriends” (TV drama series), “Changing Lives” (Talk Show), and “Shop Easy”.

Morayo Brown once worked as Business Development Manager and later became Head of Content and Channels Acquisition at HiTV, Nigeria’s first indigenous cable station provider before she was hired as Deputy Director of Programmes at TVC.


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