In a recent astonishing post on Facebook, a Nigerian pastor identified as Ephraim Ononye revealed how an alleged criminal who broke into his home ended up stripping and sleeping off in the house.
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Pastor Ephraim Ononye alleged he was at a routine church service in Abakaliki on Sunday, October 27, 2019, when the suspected criminal made his way into his house in Obosi area of Nigeria’s Anambra State.
''The thief/hired killer...I was doing the work of my father at Power House Assembly ground, Abakaliki chapter on Sunday 27/10/2019. And the thief/hired killer came to my house in Obosi at night, he succeeded in breaking through the front door,'' Pastor Ephraim Ononye's Facebook post said.
He quizzed: ''Who knows what happened to him when he entered my house?''
''Just this morning, I started receiving calls from my village people, telling me that a young man, an unknown face was lying down, sleeping in front of my house totally naked as at 7 am and all his clothes were found inside my building...I am coming...'Arrengy' prophets and deceitful pastors I greet unaoooo
You don't know how prepared we are,''Pastor Ephraim Ononye's added.
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Meanwhile, a video of a fine old man styled in native kaftan who was gleefully dancing with his daughter at her wedding reception has got many declaring they too are ''in love''.
At least, that is what a female voice in the video said: ''I'm in love right now.'' The video shows the man and the bride in syncopated choreographic moves as though they had rehearsed their dance steps prior to his daughter’s special day.
While details of the groom and bride, date and venue of the beautiful ceremony still remain unclear, the ecstatic old man and his daughter captured the attention of the people at the wedding reception.
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