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Another defrauds widow N18m

A HOUSEWIFE, identified as Deborah Olusola, yesterday, told an Idi-Ogungun Customary Court, Ibadan, that her husband, Pastor Sunday Olusola, lured her into marriage through fake prophesy.
She stated this while testifying in an action she filed for dissolution of her 18-month marriage with the pastor alleging infidelity against him.
According to her, Olusola approached her with promises of spiritual assistance which turned out fake, adding that he later exploited those prophesies to trap her into marriage.
She also informed the court that the pastor equally prophesied that her mother should resign from her place of work and relocate to their matrimonial home or be ready to die, adding that the last straw that broke the camel’s back in their ill-fated marriage was when she caught him sleeping with his blood sister, for which Olusola allegedly threatened to “deal” with his estranged wife if she exposes him.
However, he denied all the allegations and blamed his wife for trumping them up to have her way.
President of the Court, Mukaila Balogun, dissolved the marriage and gave custody of their child to his mother with an order that his father should be paying N3,500 monthly for his upkeep.
Equally, a Lagos-based prophet, identified as Peter Onolaja, is presently cooling his heels in police detention after he was arrested for allegedly defrauding a widow, Oluchi Grace to the tune of N18 million.
The prophet, who heads a branch of a white garment church in Lekki, allegedly fleeced his victim of her money under the pretext of helping her to buy a landed property around the area before she discovered that the land belonged to the suspect’s ex-wife.
However, Grace said she had known the prophet for over two decades and so trusted him as a man of God who would never swindle her.
According to Commissioner of Police in charge of Force Criminal Intelligence and Investigations Department (FCIID), Dan Okoro, the suspect collected N16 million cash and later asked the widow to pay a balance N2 million into his bank account.
“Information gathered revealed that the suspect had other intention. The so-called prophet took advantage of the relationship he had with Oluchi Grace to swindle her. From the beginning, he had the intention of defrauding the woman. He started threatening to kill the woman and her children when they discovered that he had swindled them,” Okoro said.
He explained that when the victim’s son later discovered that the land in question belongs to the suspect’s ex-wife who has remarried and based in the United States through her Facebook account, he started threatening to kill her and her son, adding that investigation has since commenced on the case.

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