Fake Prophet Who Collected N0.4Million From Woman To Appease The Gods Arrested

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Temitope Adeite , a 36-year-old fake prophet was today on Friday arraigned in a Badagry Chief Magistrates’ Court, Lagos State for allegedly obtaining N400, 000 from one Mrs Emmanuella Obafemi over fake vision.

Adeite, whose address was not provided, was alleged to have collected the money from his victim to appease the gods over a vision he saw that the woman would die.

The accused was charged with obtaining under false pretenses contravening Section 322 of the Criminal Law of Lagos State, 2011.

The Police Prosecutor, Insp. Akpan Ikem told the court that the accused committed the offence sometime in March at Ikoga area of Badagry.

“The accused collected the money from the complainant, Mrs Emmanuella Obafemi, to appease the gods over a vision he saw that the woman would die.

“He converted the money to his personal use and went on a spending spree but later ran away when he realises that the police were after him.

“He was later arrested, brought for questioning and charged before this court,” he said.

The accused person pleaded not guilty to the charge.

In a ruling, Chief Magistrate, Jimoh Adefioye granted the accused bail in the sum of N500,000 with two sureties in like sum.

Adefioye said the sureties should show evidence of tax payments to the Lagos State Government.

He adjourned the case until May 23 for mention. [NAN]

5 thoughts on “Fake Prophet Who Collected N0.4Million From Woman To Appease The Gods Arrested

  1. His look alone, says whole lots. If God give you peace and you are not satisfy, then you will get pieces from an ordinary man like you.

  2. This bastard lives in Ado Ekiti…. He had duped so many people and one popular radio presenter had aired this man’s evil act…. Rot in jail jare

  3. So the gods of this “prophet” use the same kind of moneyNigerians use? Interesting to note; because an article I read sometime ago claimed that some “men of God” in some African countries outside Nigeria specifically rejected donations of Naira for their projects.
    At least indigenous “prophet” has proved our Naira is still good for something. Fraudsters everywhere…May God help us!

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