Zoria accuses OCU "priest" Dediukhin of lying

Alexander Dediukhin. Photo: poltava.to

Eustraty Zoria stated that Alexander Dediukhin did not receive any "blessing" to speak at the congress of Poroshenko's party.

"Archbishop" of Chernihiv OCU Eustraty (Zoria) accused the "priest" of the same religious structure Alexander Dediukhin of lying.

This became known from messages on the Facebook page of Archimandrite Kirill (Govorun), who called Dediukhin's remarks at the congress of Poroshenko's party as "shame".

Commenting on his scandalous speech at this congress, Alexander Dediukhin noted that he did so "with the blessing of Metropolitan Epiphany and the ruling bishop."

In response to these words, "Archbishop" Eustraty wrote that "the archpriest did not ask for or receive any blessing, especially from the Metropolitan."

Dediukhin also said that his intention to become a deputy does not violate "any decision of the Synod," and for this end he has the personal blessing of the Metropolitan (Epiphany – Ed.).

Earlier, the UOJ wrote that Alexander Dediukhin spoke about the creation of man from "gunpowder" (allusion to the sounding of Poroshenko’s last name – Ed.) and about the prayer for the "eradication of vile, ungodly and blasphemous power."

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