CONFESSION: Prophet Admits Hunger Pushed Him To Kidnap Church Member
Prophet Godwin Ayenugha is one of many Christians who do not hold the view that God's Kingdom is not for bread alone.
To him, the celestial assignment cannot be effectively discharged with an empty stomach and filling the stomach is a task that must be achieved either by hook or crook.
This could therefore copiously suffice for his alleged involvement in the abduction of his church member, Omosaye Segun.
The Prophet and founder of Gethsemane Zion Church located in Igbokoda, Ilaje local government area of Ondo state, was arrested by a team of detectives from the state command following an intelligence gathering.
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Speaking after his arrest, the state Commissioner of Police, Gbenga Adeyanju disclosed that the victim, Segun was kidnapped in November 2017 and regained his freedom in January 2018 after paying ransom.
"After paying ransom, the suspect kept receiving messages from the suspects that they were coming for him and threatened to kill him if they eventually kidnap him.
"Following a complaint by the victim, our team swung into action and arrested one Ibukun Adetigha and later arrested the prophet. The Tecno phone used in sending the message was recovered from them and it really serves as an evidence."
Confessing to the crime, the prophet claimed he was pushed to the act by hunger.
"The victim is very close to me and there is nothing I tell him that he doesn't do. So when I told him that he would be kidnapped, I know he would come to me for prayer and deliverance. The last time he came for prayer and deliverance, he gave me #150,000."
The 48-year old cleric however hinged his reason on the fact that he seriously needed money to feed his family of five children and wife.
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