Pastor, university lecturer charged with planting placenta in church

Pastor, university lecturer charged with planting placenta in church

- Two men have been charged with planting placenta on the altar of a church in Akure, Ondo state

- Pastor John Abiodun and Dr Lane Olu-Adeyemi were earlier arraigned for threatening to publish false news about two people

- The suspects have now been charged for planting a placenta on a church alter

Two men, Pastor John Abiodun and a lecturer in Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko, Dr Lane Olu-Adeyemi, have been charged with planting a placenta on the altar of a church in Akure, Ondo state.

According to the Nation, Pastor Abiodun and the lecturer were earlier arraigned for conspiring to publish life-threatening rumours, false and inciting stories about one Ajidahun Emmanuel Jeminiyi and Pastor Gbenga Akinbiyi on various social media platforms. gathers that the charges were amended and the suspects are now charged with planting a placenta at a church.

The case has been adjourned to Thursday, May 14, by Justice Bode Adegbehinge.

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Meanwhile, previously reported that a top pastor in Abuja, Nigeria's capital city, was on Sunday, March 29, arrested by the Federal Capital Territory enforcement team for flouting government order over coronavirus.

The clergyman, whose name was given as Pastor U Uden, was said to have flouted the directive that all worship centres including churches and mosques be shut.

The enforcement team led by Ikharo Attah stormed the big church while service was ongoing.

Attah reminded the pastor of some biblical portions which proved that the clergyman had done wrong by not obeying the authorities.

He thereafter asked the pastor to follow the team because he had questions to answer.

In other news, popular clergyman Apostle Johnson Suleman has taken to social media with a post in which he called on the attention of medical practitioners in the country.

In a post shared on his official page on microblogging platform, Twitter, Suleman claimed that people are dying in hospitals because most medical personnel are more focused on dealing with cases of coronavirus patients.

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