4 Fake Prophetess & 1 Prophet Arrested At Holy Ghost Park In Enugu

5 fake prophets arrested in enugu

August 21, 2016 – Fake Prophecy Gang Members Arrested At Holy Ghost Park In Enugu 

Enugu State Police Command has arrested a five-man suspected fake prophecy gang.

According to Police Spokesman, Ebere Amaraizu, the syndicate specialized in working with some church owners to confirm prophecies in order to win more members for them .

The suspects identified as Obi Ejike, Kuku Mary, Oluwakemi Joy, Nwosu Chizoba and Peter Uchechi were picked up yesterday at Holy Ghost Park while heading to a ministry in Abakaliki.

According to Amaraizu, luck ran out on the syndicate members when they had some arguments, a development that attracted the attention of security operatives very close to the arena who suspected the scenario and intervened.

“On instant inquiry, the duo of Obi Ejike and Oluwakemi Joy were speaking at variance but further interrogation conducted immediately revealed that they are in for nefarious activities and eventually the other group billed for Abakiliki church/ministry prophecy were trailed and nabbed at P&T bus stop while waiting for bus to Abakiliki.

“One of the suspects, Peter Uchechi, a female, maintained that they were recruited in large numbers and kept in a house at Onitsha, Anambra state. From there they shuttle to various states of the country to confirm a prophecy for the purpose of winning more souls for the said church or ministry and that they are usually paid through their coordinator who hired the house and kept them there.

“According to her, they can be detailed to go to any state but the number of the link man in the said church/ministry is usually provided to them for easy connectivity on arrival and that they usually dialogue with the link man to the pastor of the church/ministry on the shape the job will take,” Amaraizu said.

11 thoughts on “4 Fake Prophetess & 1 Prophet Arrested At Holy Ghost Park In Enugu

  1. Oh our Naija people,I shy for una! As God don catch una for this incident I pray una meditate well well for prison custody and truly repent of una419 activities, Mchweeeew !!!

  2. Hmmm, where are we heading to in this country? Another means of duping people! Lord pls have mercy on the innocent souls.

  3. A CHRISTIAN whose eyes are fixed on prophecies is certainly on the way of being deceived. When Jesus said, “Seek ye first the kingdom of God…” He was giving us a saving advice. Most Christians seek prophecies, signs and wonders first, and they fall into the hands of clever serpents who know how to quote the bible, even as the Chief Serpent once quoted for Jesus during his earthly ministry.

  4. Serves them & believers of their prophesies right.
    People should be cautious especially in this economic situation of the country. People are hungry and can do anything to eat.

  5. There is nothing people will not do to make money. Its a good thing they are caught, people should beware of endtime churches and pastors. Put ur trust only in God the author and finisher of our faith.

  6. Chai! God does not use military action like the olden day, he’s now into democratic, he silent like novice, what cause him to wipe this idiot away in a jiffy.

  7. Had one of these 419er prophets come out to make any uterance and was counter by anybody, thesame people that are calling them names now will condemn such a person‘s attack pointing out that we should not judge.
    THINGS CAN ONLY GET BETTER,

    I take a stroll…

  8. Shame on them! this is what Nigerian Christianity has now become Stage managed miracles everywhere.This is impact of the so called Pentecostal churches springing up every nook and cranny in Nigeria.Everyone want their share of the ‘Market’ so to speak, they go to any length even using juju and all sorts of trickery.Police should have trailed them and round them up with their link men and the so called prophets and pastors while performing the ‘miracles’ with video evidence. All this nonsense parades really must stop;they constitute nuisance in our communities and are lawless. These fraudsters continue to denigrate Nigeria’s image and the black race. Notwithstanding the law that covers deception can be used to indict these fraudsters the government should make a stiffer penalty especially for the fake pastors and prophets that are springing up everywhere. The CAN leadership should step in and make pronouncement on this cancer that is eating the Nigerian Christianity, It is damaging especially the younger generations and the image of the country as well.

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