- Rev Lumen Christi Eboh has been accused of impregnating a woman who approached him for prayers
- The allegation was leveled against him The Diocese on the Niger, Anglican Communion in Anambra
- Meanwhile, Eboh on his part, had accused the diocesan bishop, Owen Nwokolo, of alleged witch-hunt, intimidation and land grabbing
The Diocese on the Niger, Anglican Communion has accused one of its priest of impregnating a woman who approached him for prayers and spiritual healing.
As a result of this and others issues, the Diocese says it has suspended and withdrawn the ordination license of the cleric over alleged immorality and insubordination, Daily Trust reports.
The cleric, Rev Lumen Christi Eboh, according to the church made himself a god contrary to his mandate to be a role model as a servant of God with the calling to draw souls of those willing to repent of their sins to Jesus Christ.
This was disclosed by deputy chancellor/registrar of the Diocese on the Niger, Anglican Communion, Ben Uzuegbu, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), during a press conference held at the Secretariat complex of the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ) Anambra state Council, Awka.
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He also accused Rev Eboh of allegedly indulging in immoral acts with women other than his wif. This he said has led to several petitions and complaints
Also, the cleric was also of fraudulent activities as well as a lack of accountability while he was in the service as a clergy of the Anglican Church.
Meanwhile, Rev Eboh, had two weeks ago announced his resignation from office as a priest of the Anglican Communion in Anambra state.
According to him, some forces in the church had caused his wife to leave him.
He also accused the diocesan bishop, Owen Nwokolo, of alleged witch-hunt, intimidation and land grabbing.
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