Following the alleged burying of seven placentas and other fetish items in a fast growing church in Akure, (CAC Promised Land Prophetic Ministry), members of the church have jointly agreed to rely on God’s intervention on the case.
This was the unanimous conclusion of the church authority while briefing journalists who thronged the church premises to further confirm the alleged report that has spread like wild fire recently.
Speaking on behalf of the church, a legal practitioner and an elder of the church, Barrister Abayomi Ojo said the allegation was perpetrated by enemies of the church who are envious of the numerous achievements of the twelve year old church located opposite shasha community Akure Ondo state.
Mr Ojo accused the perpetrator of the alleged rumor, one Mr Abiodun John who pretends to be a woman on the social network as a betrayal being sponsored by some groups of old members who break away from the church some years ago.
Mr Ojo further noted that the case has however been transferred to the Nigeria Police and the court of law and would seek damages and letter of apology from Mr Abiodun John and his cohorts if found guilty.
Also speaking, an elder and a former Ondo state gouse of Assembly candidate, Mr Emmanuel Ajidaun noted that the church quickly invited the Police to dig the altar to ascertain the alleged rumor of planting seven placentas and other fetish objects in order to quench the rumour in which nothing was found.
Mr Ajidaun however described the incident as a mere distraction following a disciplinary action taken by the church on Mr Abiodun George, a former evangelist in the ministry for various crimes such as false prophesies, dubious collection of money from members and alleged impregnation of a house maid belonging to a church member.
Some concerned church members were sighted around the church premises in a sober mood, discussing in groups over the alleged incident.