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28.04.2022 Featured After FIJ’s Story, Ekiti Police Probes Pastor Trading Rapture for N310,000

Published 28th Apr, 2022

By Daniel Ojukwu

The Ekiti State Police command is set to probe Pastor Nuah Ade Abraham, pastor of Christ High Commission Ministry, Kaduna State, for collecting N310,000 from church members to fly them to heaven.

Sunday Abutu, Ekiti police spokesman, confirmed to FIJ that he earlier addressed pressmen on Wednesday, with the police already inviting Abraham to comment on the allegations.

READ MORE: Ade Abraham, Pastor of Royal Christ Assembly, Bills Church Members N310,000 Each to Take Them to Heaven

FIJ earlier reported that Abraham promised his congregants rapture, and asked that they forfeit their normal lives and move with him to Omu-Ekiti, Ekiti State.

A video obtained by FIJ showed where the church members are currently camped and waiting.

READ MORE: VIDEO: Inside Ekiti Camp Where Church Members Are ‘Awaiting Rapture’

Attempts to reach Abraham for comments proved abortive, as he neither responded to calls placed to his line nor text messages sent to him.

Published 28th Apr, 2022

By Daniel Ojukwu

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