Two pastors arrested for allegedly killing their brother-in-law in Ogun

Two pastors arrested for allegedly killing their brother-in-law in Ogun

- Two pastors have been arrested by the Ogun police command for allegedly killing their brother-in-law

- According to police report, the deceased who was married to their elder sister, had accommodated them for a period of time

- The two suspects reportedly killed him after he asked them to stop using his house for their numerous church activities

While men of God are supposed to lead people to God by living exemplary lives for others to follow, these two supposed pastors identified as Chukwuka Stephen and Ejim Stephen have proven to be the opposites.

The two men are currently facing charges for allegedly murdering their brother -in-law, Peter Chukwuyem, in Ogun state. According to reports, the victim who was married to their elder sister, brought them from their village in Delta state to Papa Ibafo in Ogun state where the two lived with the couple for sometime.

Police statement released revealed that during that time, the two pastors used the frontage of the house for their church activities which resulted in noise pollution. This did not sit well with Chukwuyem who complained and demanded that they cease using his house for their church program.

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Two pastors arrested for allegedly killing their brother-in-law in Ogun

They allegedly followed him to his farm where they hacked him to death with a machete
Source: UGC

This did not go down well with the men. The statement added that on February 5, 2018, the brothers trailed their in-law to his farm where they hacked him to death with a machete. When the deceased didn’t return home on time on the said day, his wife became worried and traced him to the farm where she found his body.

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She subsequently went to Ibafo police station where she lodged a complaint.

The two brothers were later arrested by the police at Ibafo on account of the two daughters of the deceased who informed the police that they saw the two of them earlier in their father’s farm.

When interrogated, the pastors confessed to killing the deceased in his farm because he deprived them of continuing using his frontage for their church activities.

The police say they will be charged to court soon.

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Meanwhile, Nollywood actress, Oge Okoye, was spotted in the church of controversial South African pastor, Alph Lukau. The video which recently went viral showed the actress crying as she visited the pastor with her daughter.

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