Fake prophetess: Commotion as locals uncover fetish objects in a church (video)

Fake prophetess: Commotion as locals uncover fetish objects in a church (video)

- A video showing a busted fake church is currently making the rounds on social media

- Locals in Agulu, Anambra state, appeared to have raided the church and they discovered loads of fetish items

- The head prophetess of the church is reportedly on the run

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A controversial video is currently making the rounds on social media that captured the moment a fake church was busted in the Agulu area of Anambra state of Nigeria.

In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on video streaming platform, YouTube, some locals in the community appeared to have gotten information about strange activities going on in the church and they decided to raid it.

Upon the raid, hundreds of fetish items were discovered within the premises of the worship place. Wooden idols and other paraphernalia of a traditional worshiper were spotted in the different sections of the church.

Also discovered at the scene were passports, photographs and identification cards belonging to people.

One of the locals who filmed the raid claimed that the personal effect items which were sprawled around belonged to people who have been killed. He also claimed that the church had a special mirror used to invoke people.

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The head prophetess who runs the church has reportedly been on the run since the raid took place.

Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously gathered the report of a video showing the moment a juju man confronted a pastor publicly and demanded for his charm within the premises of the church. In the video, the angry man stormed the church with his crew and began to walk from room to room looking for his charm.

The juju man who was not in any mood to hear pleas ranted about what had triggered his action to publicly come to the church. He said the pastor had mocked his powers and ridiculed the gods he worshipped by claiming that the charm given to him did not draw people to his assembly as expected.

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