Nigerian Paedophile Prophet Oluronbi sentenced to life imprisonment, rapes girls after giving ‘Spiritual baths’.

Like a Yoruba adage that says ‘Asegbe kan o si, a se pamo lo wa’.

Meaning nothing gets hidden forever, one day, Karma will come knocking and after 20 years of committing various despicable crime under the banner of am a ‘man of God‘, nemesis caught up and lo and behold Prophet  (Woli Oluronbi) will rot in jail forever.

If as rumour has it prisoners do not like pedophiles (won a dodi e ya! – meaning he will certainly be pimped around the male prison till death) at least he will experience what it means to be on the receiving end, an abuser and rapist.

So the story is that the 60-year-old prophet Michael Oluronbi, a pharmacist is a founder of a Cherubim and Seraphim Church in Birmingham.

He is well known in the circle of C&S as a woli that does ‘spiritual work’ for people, mostly single women and through that avenue penetrates into the Children’s lives.

He does ‘deliverance for them, by bathing them and having sexual intercourse with kids as young as 7 years old.

Once the kids got to adolescent age and get pregnant the prophet’s wife takes them for abortion!… I heard through the grapevine that the man has been a paedo from his teen years in Nigeria, sleeping with neighbours kids, etc.

What baffles me is the fact that the wife also assists in this despicable act by taking them for abortions, I mean your own husband sleeping with kids is bad enough but you also helping by taking them for abortions and some I heard had 5 or 6 abortions!..

not to talk of all the Church members who knew it was wrong but yet said nothing for the fear of ‘not ratting’ or getting ‘jujunized’ by the ‘man of God’.

Thankfully after 20years of silence, one of the abused had the boldness to report to the police.

My prayer is that all ‘men of God’ using the covering of their position to abuse the innocent be exposed and publicly disgraced.



A “feared” evangelical pastor who used his trusted position to abuse children and adults over 20 years has been convicted of multiple rapes of members of his congregation.
Self-styled prophet Michael Oluronbi, originally from Nigeria, was found guilty of the offences against six women and a man – five of whom attended his church.
Some of his offences were carried out after he convinced victims to take part in “spiritual bathing”, which he claimed would “cleanse” them of evil spirits.
Oluronbi was convicted on Friday after a trial at Birmingham Crown Court, and his offending can now be reported after restrictions were lifted.
During the trial, a jury heard that some of his young female victims became pregnant multiple times but were taken to abortion clinics by qualified pharmacist Oluronbi, to cover up what was happening.


He was convicted of 15 counts of rape, seven counts of indecent assault and two counts of sexual assault.


The 60-year-old’s wife Juliana was convicted of three counts of aiding and abetting rape after helping arrange some of the terminations.
The religious leader was brought to justice after one of his victims, now an adult came forward.
Jurors heard Oluronbi was linked to a Christian church in Edgbaston – the Cherubim and Seraphim Church – which had roots in Nigeria.
He set up on his own splinter group for about 40 adults and children – separate to the church and located at another address – where he began a practice of “spiritual bathing”.
The offences took place in Birmingham and London.
Phil Bradley QC, prosecuting, told the jury: “The Crown’s case is that Mr Oluronbi used what he called ‘spiritual work’ as a subterfuge for that sexual abuse.
He added that for some of the female victims the offending “progressed to repeated rapes, on many occasions leading to unwanted pregnancies and terminations”.
“You will learn that this man, who was revered and feared by his victims, kept a vice-like grip on many of them and continued to abuse them well into adulthood,” Mr Bradley said.
Oluronbi’s victims described him as “controlling” and “almost like a king”.
The offending happened over a period of 20 years, at various locations, going back to the 1980s.
“Some of his victims described it as a cult,” added Mr Walton.
“He has been confronted on occasions by relatives and parents. He never made admissions, and even blamed the Devil for it on some occasions.”