Prophet Hypnotizes, Dupes And Engages Women In Marathon Sex For Deliverance

Prophet Hypnotizes, Dupes And Engages Women In Marathon Sex For Deliverance

A 49-year old prophet from Isiala Ngwa in Abia state, Moses Okezie, has been remanded in prison for reportedly defrauding and engaging two different women in marathon sex under the guise of deliverance.

Okezie, a resident at 6 Olowo-Okere street Idimu, is faced with a two-count charge before a magistrate court in Ejigbo.

In August 2015, Moses, a father of four was first brought to the court for allegedly defrauding a 27-year old Philomena Ajil to the tune of N550,000.It was also gathered that the “man-of-God” allegedly took Philomena to a hotel in Ikotun area where he engaged her in sex for days.

According to PM News, the sex romp lasted for several days before the victim realized it was a scam. However, the prophet was granted bail by the presiding Magistrate, Mrs J.O.E Adeyemi.

In a related case, Okezie’s was arrested and charged to the same court for allegedly defrauding a 26-year old woman, Amarachi Dike to the tune of N1m. He also indulged her in marathon sex in a hotel under the guise of giving her spiritual empowerment.

The victim, Amarachi, narrated in court how she fell into Okezie’s trap while returning from church service in Festac. She said Okozie and two of his “gang members” accosted her while on her way home from service. According to Amarachi, they pretended to be taxi operators plying from Festac to Apo junction near mile 2 area.

Okezie, a resident at 6 Olowo-Okere street Idimu, is faced with a two-count charge before a magistrate court in Ejigbo.

Amarachi   further narrates that while in the car,  she lost her consciousness and they took her to Ikotun. On awakening they allegedly began to engage her in certain business deals.

She added that they told her that they would supply her some goods, which mysteriously turned out to deliverance prayers. Amarachi narrated that Okozie who acted as a prophet forced her to drink a substance, which made her comply then on with all his orders.

The victim said that under the spell, she borrowed money from her relations and was sending to Okezie. She noted that he would have endless sexual intercourse with her, and explain that they were sessions of liberation from the devil’s bondage.

It was only when those she borrowed money from started putting pressure on her for the money that that she realised Okezie hypnotised and duped her.

The case was later reported to the police and the “fake prophet”was arrested and charged to court.

The Golf car with registration number AAA 821 BE which Okezie used to lure women into his fraudulent activity, was recovered by the police and has since been  tendered as exhibit before the court by the police.

The accused pleaded not guilty to the charges laid against him, claiming that all the allegations were false. Mr A.A. Fashola, the presiding magistrate, granted Okezie bail in the sum of N500,000 with two sureties in like sum.

The matter was adjourned till Wednesday, December 2, and the embattled prophet was remanded in prison pending when he perfects his bail.

A similar case was heard in the Ejigbo Magistrates’ court on Thursday, November 5. The case involved one Pastor Emmanuel Okwedimbu who allegedly obtained N1.4 million under false pretence from one Amobi Charles.

 

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