Pastor Who Married Wife Through Fake Prophesy Loses Her A Year After Wedding

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A housewife, Deborah Olusola, on Wednesday urged an Idi-Ogungun Customary Court, Agodi in Ibadan, that her husband, Pastor Sunday Olusola, lured her into marry through fake prophesy.

The NAN reports that Deborah had approached the court seeking for dissolution of her 18 months union with the pastor over insincerity, infidelity, nagging, and brutality.

In her testimony before the court, the 23-year-old woman, narrated how Olusola approached her and promised to assist her spiritually.

My lord, he promised to assist me but later told me that God said both of us should become one through marriage.

“I believed the prophesy because I thought it was truly God’s voice and we got married after few weeks.

“Again, he prophesied that my mother should resign from her place of work and relocate to our matrimonial apartment.

“He said God would kill her if she didn’t obey the purported God’s voice and my mother yielded to the prophesy because she too believed him as a man of God.

“He began showing his true colour immediately I got pregnant, maltreating me, became less concerned about my well-being and brutalised me.

“I passed through hell during the pregnancy of the only child of the marriage.

“His parents too nagged and beat me, and even extended the hatred to my mother by treating her as slave.

“The worse he did was that I caught him sleeping with his blood sister and threatened to deal with me if I expose him.

“I couldn’t believe my eyes until I read text message conversations between him and his sister on his cell phone which confirmed what I saw.

“My relationship with him in the last one and half years was not friendly and his ways of life didn’t prove him to be a man of God.

“I pray the court to separate us because I can’t cope anymore with the marriage because of his devilish ways of life”.

In his defense, Olusola, 28, denied all the allegations and blamed the plaintiff for the break-up.

He urged the court to uphold the divorce request of his wife and pledged to abide with the judgment of the court.

Chief Mukaila Balogun, the President of the court, dissolved the marriage and gave the custody of the child to the plaintiff.

Balogun further ordered the respondent to pay N3,500 monthly for the upkeep of the child.

6 thoughts on “Pastor Who Married Wife Through Fake Prophesy Loses Her A Year After Wedding

  1. u address the judge as my lord which is somewhat correct in law terms.and fake prophesy (his fake god )lured u into marrying him.woman ,run away before u get more confused.i always advocate for tough sentences for this fake religious fraudsters whether imam or pastor.their atrocities these days will soon put us in world map.

  2. These hustlers calling themselves pastors are worse than politicians….even Devil cannot play with God’s name,but these guys are idiots..

  3. Considering the level of atrocities being perpetrated by some people especially some religion clergy men either Pastors or Alfas, I think the heaven will become a ghost place because it will be difficult for the present day Ibn Adam i.e sons of Adam to make heaven.

  4. Not surprised at all. A host of the so called men of God are there for either the money or other people’s wives/girlfriends to covet or both. When they are there at the pulpit preaching, their eyes are scanning all the corners of the church looking for beautiful women to deceive. They use the name of the Lord in vain.

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