Harriet Harman

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Harriet Harman MP writes to Charity Commission on Gilbert Deya Ministries

Rt Hon Harriet Harman QC MP has today written to the Charity Commission following accusations that Gilbert Deya Ministries, which is based in Peckham, is selling Aldi branded olive oil to members of the public claiming that it can cure HIV, cancer and infertility.

In her letter to the Charity Commission, Ms Harman said:

“I understand that the Charity Commission is undertaking a regulatory compliance case regarding Gilbert Deya Ministries. 

I am very concerned about further allegations that have arisen that Gilbert Deya Ministries is involved with selling oil to the public claiming that it can cure HIV, cancer and infertility.  It is wrong to exploit ill and vulnerable people in order to make money.”

Harriet Harman MP has asked the Charity Commission if they are investigating these new accusations and when they anticipate reaching a conclusion.

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