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Pastor arrested for allegedly faking miracle petitions IGP

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By Sylvanus Okpe

Founder and General Overseer of Light Way Ministry, Pastor Melody Adjija, has advanced a petition to the Inspector General of police demanding for justice over the circulation of a scandalous online video against him.

Adina’s demand which was contained in a petition signed by his legal adviser, Mr Omens Ogedegbe, was made available to newsmen on Monday in Warri.

The letter titled “A Case of Extortion, Blackmail and Professional Misconduct by CSP Eyoh Aniete of the Nigeria Police, Delta Command, a Demand for Justice,” was addressed to the Insector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu and others.
In another separate letter addressed to CSP Aniete, former Divisional Police Officer (DPO), Ebrumede Police Division, Delta, the clergy man called for immediate retraction of the video which he alleged was orchestrated by the DPO.

The pastor in addition, demanded an unreserved apology from Aniete over the alleged online video purported to have been initiated by him.

“By the said online presentation obviously co-sponsored by CSP Aniete, our client has been brought to public odium and great disrepute before the public and his teeming religious supporters,” his lawyer said.
Pastor Adjija was seen in a widely circulated video online confessing to have performed fake miracles during interrogation by the police.

The pastor was alleged to had been involved in performing arranged miracles by hiring people to deceive the worshipers in re-arranged miracles.

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