Michael Oluronbi and Juliana Oluronbi

Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravenous wolves.  Matt 7:15

One must be extraordinarily careful, cautious and vigilant when it comes to ‘men of god’. I once heard a preacher said: it is only in Christianity you will see a Professor come to Church, remove his brain, park it in the booth of his car and attend service.

It is Church that you will see grown-up adults eating grass because their pastor said so, it is in Church you will see pastor show you a phone and tell you ‘he is speaking to God directly‘.

It is in Church that the ‘man of god’ will say ‘the holy spirit said, I should sleep with you ‘seven times!’ so demons can vacate your body.

It is the ‘man of god’ that will tell you to book a hotel and let him come do ‘holy anointing, so virtue can come out of him and bless you’!..

When it comes to prophesy, vision, dreams and ‘God said’, you have to be very careful. Time and time the holy Bible warns us against ‘false prophets’ who use the Lords name in vain to gain material things, power or self-gratification.

“Not everyone who says to me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter the kingdom of heaven..Matt 7:21…22

Many will say to Me on that day,‘Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy in Your name, and in Your name drive out demons and perform many miracles?’

23 Then I will tell them plainly, ‘I never knew you; depart from Me, you workers of lawlessness!’…

The same scrutiny we give to an outsider or to an everyday person is also called and needed in the ‘House of God’.

We need to have our brain screwed in, be wise, inquisitive and logical. If it is not right to an ‘outside ear’ if it is not right to a ‘man of the law’ then most likely not right at all.

 “Beloved, believe not every spirit, but try the spirits whether they are of God: because many false prophets are gone out into the world”. 1John 4:1

If it is too good, or ridiculous to be true, then most likely it isn’t true. Try telling one or two people to sample their opinion too, if your gut (inner spirit) is saying it is false then seek out other people’s opinion.

In the mouth of two or three witnesses shall every word be established. 2Cor13:1b. Don’t be ignorant, the law says ignorant is ‘no excuse’.


I remembered over a decade back, when a similar shocking story came out that the then flamboyant twin pastor of Glory House.

Pastor Albert Odulele was a pedophile assaulting young boys. rather than the Church address the issue, they covered it up and ostracized the boys’ family calling them antichrist and looking to bring downfall on the ‘man of god‘!.

Not until he got in court, opened his mouth to admit the accusations as truth and that he has been having homosexual encounters since secondary boarding school days!.. Than God for the UK legal system.

The scenario below sounds laudable and ridiculous but the courts tell us it is true.

That a mother could let a male stranger be it ‘man of god’ bath for their female child?.


I pray for complete healing to all concerned children IJN. I also pray in Jesus name that all such ‘sick people’ camouflaging under the cloak of ‘man of god’ be exposed and put to shame globally for all to see. AMEN!


Self-styled prophet

Oluronbi, a self-styled prophet who also worked as a pharmacist, “had such a hold over the congregation that anything he said was taken as read”, said police.

One of the victims told the BBC the pastor’s actions had been “terrible” and “affected everyone’s lives”.

The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) said those abused fell under the “influence and authority the defendants held, and honestly believed their actions were on God’s behalf”.

The abuse of one boy and six girls started when they were children – one as young as eight, and for some, continued in to adulthood.

“Oluronbi said he “wasn’t meant to be human”

It began after Oluronbi, originally from Nigeria, set up a splinter group to the Cherubim and Seraphim Church at a private home in Birmingham.

“Spiritual baths” would take place in an upstairs bathroom, a pretext for sexual abuse ranging from indecent assault during “washing” to rapes afterwards, the court heard.

The children were often made to wear red sashes as he carried out the abuse.

Three of the four who became pregnant had multiple abortions, which police said often happened after Oluronbi booked them into clinics under false names.

The abuse went on for years until one victim came forward to police.

Oluronbi was arrested in May 2018 at Birmingham Airport as he tried to flee the UK.

‘An animal’

Police released a filmed confession in which he tells a victim’s relative “everything was my fault” and describes himself as “an animal”.

Oluronbi, aged 60, of Orchard Drive, Longbridge, Birmingham, was convicted of 15 rape charges, seven indecent assaults and two sexual assaults.

His wife, aged 58, of Walker Road, Walsall, was found guilty of three charges of aiding and abetting rape.

Red robes with homemade crosses on them
                               ceremonial robes were seized from Oluronbi’s house by police

The jury, which found Oluronbi not guilty of one rape and an attempted rape, could not reach a verdict on six charges.

The CPS announced on Tuesday it would not be seeking a retrial, meaning the Oluronbis’ crimes can now be reported.

Det Insp Dave Sproson, from the Public Protection Unit, said: “These were sickening crimes committed against children who had put their trust in Oluronbi and looked up to him.

“I hope his conviction offers some closure to the victims and I would like to thank them for their bravery throughout the trial.”

The Oluronbis will be sentenced at a later date.