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“My pastor paid for everything, all i did was to cook” – Chef dammy spills details about controversial cookathon



In a bid to address the ongoing controversy surrounding her recent cooking marathon, chef Dammy has come forward to clarify the source of funding for the event and dispel rumors implicating her pastor.

The cooking marathon, which lasted an astounding 120 hours and commenced on Friday, June 9, had attracted widespread attention and speculation.

Responding to the allegations, Chef Dammy released a statement on Twitter, asserting that her pastor and members of her church were the financial facilitators behind the event.

She emphasized that she was merely the face of the church’s endeavor and was not directly involved in the funding process.

She expressed her disappointment at the lack of focus on the initial capital investment required to launch the program, as critics predominantly focused on the money raised during the marathon.

“People always criticize about the money coming in, but they don’t ask about the money that was used to start up the whole program,” Dammy stated.

“This program was fully funded by my pastor and a few members of the church. I was not involved in anything. The only thing I did in everything was to cook. I was just the face of the church.”

Addressing the rumors surrounding her pastor’s involvement in the proceeds from the cooking marathon, Chef Dammy categorically denied the allegations.

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She urged individuals to refrain from spreading false information, affirming that more than half of the funds generated were still in her personal account.

Dammy clarified that the total amount received had not surpassed the initial investment made to establish the event.

“As a matter of fact, all the money that came in for me is not yet up to the money that was used to set up everything. And more than half of the supposed money that came in is still in my personal account. So ongoing rumors about my pastor should please cease,” Dammy explained.


One user @Hujjartullarh said;

“Face of the church…. Let her do her thing and not be the face of anybody….. Well, I hope she follows the rules next time she wants to retry.”

@Quin_didi wrote;

“No next month is far dear, start it on Monday. Ride on the popularity you have now.”

@ifyyjames2 said;

“Can’t she just hold on a little? She shouldn’t be pushed or pressured at this moment.”

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