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Unbelievable: Popular Nigerian Pastor Seen With Coffin Protesting Against Buhari

The general overseer of Resurrection Praise Ministry, Archbishop Benjamin Mustapha has shown his displeasure in the present administration by carrying a coffin on the streets of Lagos.

The man of God during this procession made it known that God instructed him to carry the coffin as a symbol, just like he did to the prophets of olds to speak to the seat of power.

BREAKING: Catholic Priest Abducted By Unknown Gunmen In Imo

He made it known that God is angry with the present government because they have gone against His will to inflict hardship on the people of God.

Meanwhile, Gunmen on Sunday morning abducted a Catholic priest in Imo State. The priest, Rev. Prof. Izu Marcell Onyeocha, was said to have been abducted around 7:00 a.m at Ihube Community in Okigwe Local Government Area of Imo State along Enugu -Port Harcourt Express Road.


The victim, who is a lecturer in the Faculty of Humanities at the Imo State University, is a native of Avuru Community in Ikeduru council area.

He was said to have been on transit from Enugu to Owerri when the incident happened.

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According to a resident of Okigwe town, the cleric was driving when the gunmen accosted him.

The gunmen were said to have shot sporadically into the air to force him to stop.

It was not clear if the cleric drove alone but a resident said: “The kidnappers shot sporadically in the air to scare away other road users at the scene of the operation. They drove the cleric in his car at the scene of the incident”.

Imo police spokesperson Orlando Ikeokwu could not respond to enquires from The Nation as his phone line rang out without answer.



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