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Police Arrested Fake Miracle Gang in Enugu

Members of a gang, which specialized in confirming fake miracle, prophecies for pastors, have been arrested in Enugu State by the Police.

PUNCH Metro correspondent gathered that the group faked healings for some men of God, who contacted and paid them for their services.

The suspected syndicates were identified as Mary Kuku from Ijebu Ode, Ogun State; Obi Ejike from Ubaho Okija in Anambra State; Joy Oluwakemi from Ojo, Lagos State; Peter Uchechi from Ebonyi State and Nwosu Chizoba from Umunze, Anambra State.

They were allegedly apprehended while on their way to Abakiliki, Ebonyi State, where they were contacted to stage fake healings and miracles for an unnamed pastor in the state.
PUNCH Metro learnt that the suspects were arrested on Friday, August 2016 during an argument while waiting to board a vehicle at Holy Ghost Park in Enugu State

The Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), Enugu State Police Command, Mr. Ebere Amaraizu, who confirmed the development on Sunday, explained that the argument among the fraudsters drew the attention of some policemen within the area of the park, who interrogated them.

The Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), Enugu State Police Command, Mr. Ebere Amaraizu, who confirmed the development on Sunday, explained that the argument among the fraudsters drew the attention of some policemen within the area of the park, who interrogated them.
Amaraizu said two members of the gang, Oluwakemi and Ejike, opened up on the gang’s nefarious activities.

Amaraizu said two members of the gang, Oluwakemi and Ejike, opened up on the gang’s nefarious activities.
Revelations made by the 2 led to the apprehension of other members of the gang at P and T bus stop in Enugu, on Saturday, where they had assembled to board a bus to Abakiliki, at the venue during a church service.
Uchechi, a member of the group, said they were usually recruited in large numbers and kept in a house from where they would go to confirm fake prophecies and stage-manage healing and deliverance for pastors.

Some pastors use us to grow their ministries and churches and later we are paid through our coordinator, depending on the roles we play,” Uchechi added.

More details later as investigations are ongoing.


Culled From: punchng.com

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