Man goes missing after showing 27-year-old 'prophet' his plush car

Man goes missing after showing 27-year-old 'prophet' his plush car

- The police has arrested a prophet identified as Mbonu Michael for causing the disappearance of one of his adherents Princewill Ezeji

- Princewill went missing after he took his new car to the prophet to bless for him

- Upon his arrest, the prophet led operatives to the bush where they found the remains of the deceased, the car and some other items

A 27-year-old ‘prophet’ identified as Mbonu Michael has been arrested by operatives of the Operation Puff Adder of the Imo state police command.

Daily Trust reports that he was arrested following the disappearance of one of his adherents, Princewill Ezeji, who went to show the cleric his new car.

According to the report, Ezeji had bought a new car and took it to the 'prophet' for prayers, but he went missing and his his remains were discovered weeks later.

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The police public relations officer, SP Orlando Ikeokwu, said the matter was reported to the command by one Emeka Ezeji, a brother to the deceased, on September 6, at about 11am.

He said Princewill bought a Camry car with REG.NO. WER 34 GL, and went to show Prophet Mbonu and since then nothing was heard about him, and he has never been seen again.

The police spokesman disclosed that the said prophet, upon arrest, took operatives to the bush were they recovered the remains of the late victim. Also recovered was the car, phone and SIM card, bible and charms.

Four other people were also arrested in connection with the incident. Ikeokwu said the suspects were being interrogated and would soon be charged to court.

The deceased, a graduate of philosophy, hailed from Umunakolu in Ehimem Mbano LGA, Imo, but resident at Amawire Orji, all in Owerri.

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