‘Jenifa Diary’ Actress, Juliana Oloyede has called out her former foster father, Pastor Timilehin Adigun, and accused him of refusing to release her social media account passwords to her.
Juliana, who starred as Toyo Baby in Jenifa, took to Instagram to recount her fresh ordeal with the man of God after their 2020 social media drama.
The actress said Pastor Timi has access to her Facebook account which is linked to her Instagram account and he has been impersonating her on Facebook and posting as her.
She said she has been trying to get her passwords back from him, all to no avail.
Crying, the actress narrated how she recently got a text from an individual who asked about her relationship with Timi Adigun and she immediately placed a call seeking to know the reason for the question.
Juliana said the man then informed her that her Facebook page was unpublished by someone called Timilehin Adigun.
She then recounted how she tried to retrieve her passwords from the Pastor in 2020 but only backed down due to the intervention of people around her.
Juliana said that the Pastor proceeded to impersonate her on Facebook and uploaded a picture of him and his wife via her account.
She said she immediately took to her Instagram account to distance herself from the content of the Facebook post.
She said that her uncle also later informed her that Adigun had unpublished her Facebook page. She said this affected her Instagram because the pages are linked.
Juliana said she called Adigun but he didn’t pick so she called his wife and spoke angrily to her about her husband’s actions.
She added that she then went to his church and requested to see him but their conversation was far from civil and Pastor Timilehin Adigun called security to throw her and her sisters out of the church.
She wrote in the caption of the video:
This is not the first time Pastor Timi will be involved in a scandal. Back in 2020, Pastor Timi Adigun, who founded MINE teens ministry, was accused by members of sexually assaulting several girls in his ministry for years.
He later admitted that he was “involved in inappropriate behaviour with females” and asked for forgiveness.