Assemblies of God pastor arrested for prophecy against Okorocha

A reliable source disclosed that Assemblies of God pastor arrested for prophecy against Okorocha. The Assemblies of God pastor, Chukwuma Okezuo has been arrested for alleged giving prophecies against the state Governor, Rochas Okorocha, during a church service. He was picked up by the Operatives of the Imo State Police Command after saying in his prophecy that the Governor Okorocha was recruiting young boys in the state with the sole aim of kidnapping children between zero and 10 years for ritual purposes.

The Assemblies of God pastor arrested for prophecy against Okorocha. Pastor Chukwuma Okezuo was paraded by the state Police Public Relations Officer, Mr. Andrew Enwerem who revealed to the newsmen on Tuesday that the pastor was arrested after he was accused of prophesying during last Sunday’s church service in the Urratta area of Owerri.

The Pastor has prophesied that the pastor was alleged to have said in his prophecy that the governor was recruiting young boys in the state with the sole aim of kidnapping children between zero and 10 years for ritual purposes.

The police spokesperson said the pastor prophesied that Governor Okorocha was allegedly engaging in the ritual exercises towards the 2019 governorship election in the state.

He added that the “false prophecy” was capable of causing rancour and panic in the state.

“I parade before you one acclaimed pastor, Chukwuma Okezuo, of Assemblies of God Church. He was arrested during a church service last Sunday at Owaelu Urratta over false prophecies against the person of the Governor of Imo State, Rochas Okorocha.

Assemblies of God pastor arrested for prophecy against Okorocha but the pastor has denied the accusation, and said he only asked the congregation to pray against untimely death and spiritual manipulations without mentioning the name of anybody including that of the governor.

 

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