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Man Burns Church Over Failed Prophecies In Lagos (Read Full Story)


A 28-year-old member of God of Fact Covenant Evangelical Church, Idimu, Lagos, has set the church ablaze over alleged pretend prophecies by the proprietor of the church.

The wrongdoer, Oluwatosin Adegoke, was mentioned to have gotten bored with the church’s purported deceit over false prophecies and burnt down the church.

The church is situated at Akinbolade Road, off Arobaba Road, Idimu space of Lagos state.

Adogoke had been a member of the church for a number of years however his situation worsened.

Based on the residents, Adegoke alleged that the proprietor of the church, a prophetess was pretend as prophecies issued to him had been unfulfilled and his situation worsened.

He ordered the prophetess to shut the church however the proprietor ignored him. He then allegedly took a substance suspected to be premium motor spirit to the church and set it ablaze. All of the properties contained in the church acquired burnt together with musical tools, public handle system, and chairs.

After inflicting the harm to the church constructing, Adegoke waited in entrance of the church till he was arrested by police operatives from Space M Command, Idimu, for arson.

Throughout interrogation, the prophetess claimed Adegoke was mentally ailing and that was why he went to burn the church however Adegoke denied that he mentally ailing and requested the police to inquire from the cleric why he burnt the church twice.

After interrogating him, the police discovered him culpable and subsequently charged him earlier than the Ejigbo Magistrates Court docket for arson. Adegoke pleaded responsible.

The prosecutor, Inspector Benedict Aigbokhan, requested the court docket to offer a brief adjournment to allow him to current the info for the court docket to condemn Adegoke accordingly.

The Presiding Justice of the Peace, E. O. Ogunkanmi, ordered his remand within the Correctional Centre at Kirikiri city, Lagos and adjourned the matter to Monday, July 26.


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