Saturday, 16 February 2013

'There will be trouble in Nigeria if our leader is killed' - Rev. king followers

I really don't know what Rev.chukwuemeka Ezeugo King did to his church members that they are still head strong in following him. King was sentenced to death by hanging after killing a church member, Ann Uzoh.

Members of the church warned Nigerians to be prepared for dire consequences, if their General Overseer is  killed by hanging. Elijah king , the acting general overseer, issued this warning last sunday service held at the church, Christian Praying Assembly (CPA), located at Ajao Estate, Lagos. “It will be absolute tragedy in this country if they touch our Holiness, they are just ignorant of this,”.

The activities of the church still run smoothly, People still kneel down outside the church if they come late for a service and it still gets donations from rich and influential people who are secret admirers of the convicted reverend.
Reverend King was convicted by Justice Joseph Oyewole of Lagos High Court and sentenced to death by hanging on January 11, 2007, for the alleged murder of a church member, Ann Uzoh. He allegedly poured petrol on the deceased for what he called “acts of fornication,” and set her ablaze, alongside others. The victim eventually died as a result of injuries sustained from the burns. Arraigned on September 26, 2006 on a six-count charge of attempted murder and murder, to which he pleaded not guilty, King was found guilty by the trial judge.

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