The founder and general overseer of Living Faith Church, aka Winners Chapel Bishop David Oyedepo, has sparked massive reactions on social media following his condolence visit to Pastor Taiwo Odukoya, who lost his second wife, Nomthi.

Kemi Filani News recalls Nomthi’s death was announced on Tuesday after battling cancer for two years.

In the photos which surface online, Bishop Oyedepo and his wife faith paid a visit to the bereaved pastor alongside other church leaders.

However, the visit of Oyedepo has sparked reactions on social media, especially after the clergy snubbed the wife of prophet T.B Joshua after her husband’s demise.

Some days after the demise of T.B Joshua, there was outrage on social media as many notable Nigerian pastors shunned paying a condolence visit to his wife, which many people assumed the decision was because of his controversial lifestyle and ministry.

omozele___ wrote: No one visited TB Joshua’s wife your daddy in the lord malicious. this means a lot , but we ain’t ready for this topic

zaddy_oscartv wrote: No one visited Tb Joshua’s wife when her husband died

jescieca wrote: @zaddy_oscartv when TB Joshua was alive did you see them together? Why do you people seek reason to talk about someone? I can admire someone’s personality from afar but that doesn’t make you my friend. Friendship is a decision made by two people not one sided.

Abeg you guys should focus on your life and leave others to leave theirs. That you mention the name of the lord does that make you a believer? I don’t want to argue Bible or quote scripture with you or anyone else. If you know your Bible then you won’t find a problem with people choice of association.

Even TB Joshua’s wife sent some people away for a reason best known to her. It their choice and their life. Live and let’s live. If you talk from now till Jesus come your can’t be more holy than them. Heaven is a personal race focus on yours . Peace

gistloverbabe wrote: This is not a good thing, when TB Joshua passed no other religious body visited that woman, anyway rest well Pastor Nomthi, our Christian leaders should always practice what they preaches