A prophetess identified as Jumoke Mutairu, 45, and one Uzoma Johnson, 29, have met their water loo.

They have been arrested by the police in Lagos State under the pretext of being officers to extort money from the public.

They were arrested on June 20 at in Alakara. 

The police said the suspects were arrested wearing black T-shirts with police crest and logo. They also wore black berets with police insignia.

The Lagos police commissioner, Imohimi Edgal, said officers are still searching for the alleged leader of the group who is currently at large.

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According to the police, the suspects revealed they had been in the business for 15 years and were trained by their alleged leader, Pastor Johnson O. Oni, the founder of Chosen Ministry Church located at 24, Association Avenue in Ijeshatedo along the Apapa-Oshodi expressway, Lagos.

When paraded on Wednesday, Mrs Mutairu said she did not claim to be a police officer but a security agent in order to create awareness for people on issues relating to crime. 

She added that the uniform was provided for them by Oni, who employed them. Mrs Mutairu also said she had been doing the job for 15 years.

When asked about her salary, she said, “we don’t collect salary, we only get commission on the materials we sell. We sell an outline which goes for 1,200 and my commission is 300 on each one.” 

Johnson said he had only worked with the group for three weeks and that they go around in their uniforms as security personnel creating security-alert and selling their “outline.”

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