- The Police in Enugu has arrested a pastor for impregnating 20 of his female church members
- The pastor was said to have claimed that the Holy Spirit had commanded him to impregnate as many female members of the church as possible
- Timothy Ngwu also said the Holy spirit had given him the mandate to impregnate these women in his ministry irrespective of their marital status
A pastor has been arrested by the Nigeria Police for allegedly impregnating 20 members of his ministry in Enugu.
Timothy Ngwu who is the general overseer of the Vineyard Ministry of the Holy Trinity was arrested by officers of the Enugu state Police Command.
Daily Independent reports that Ngwu claimed that the Holy Spirit had commanded him to impregnate as many female members of the church as possible.
Speaking on the incident, the Enugu state Police spokesperson, Ebere Amaraizu said the pastor had been charged for sexual abuse.
Sources privy to the incident said Ngwu said the Holy spirit had given him the mandate to impregnate women in his ministry irrespective of their marital status.
The source also said that the child delivered by every woman impregnated by the pastor is expected to remain in the ministry with the mother for life.
However, trouble started for Ngwu after his wife reported his randy behaviour to the police after the pastor was alleged to have impregnated her (his wife's) young niece all in the name of obeying a ‘divine instruction’.
Speaking on his arrested, Ngwu who is said to have five wives with 13 children along with other concubines said he never had canal knowledge of the young girl.
He also said that he never had intercourse with any of the married women except their husbands concurred to the request of the ‘Holy Ghost’.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that the Nigeria High Commission in Singapore has expressed pleasure over the acquittal and release of a Nigerian, Mr Adili Chibuike Ejike, sentenced to death for drug trafficking in the country.
The Nigeria Head of Mission in Singapore, High Commissioner Akinremi Bolaji, on Wednesday, May 29, said Ejike was sentenced to death for importing nearly two-kilogramme of methamphetamine.
Bolaji said Ejike was granted an acquittal by Singapore’s Supreme Court and released with no outstanding charges on Monday.
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