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Police arrests 28-year-old Prophet over plan to raise dead bodies (Video)
Nigerian based rising prophet who sometimes a few weeks ago went viral in footage conducting a bathing ritual in an unidentified local stream reportedly detained by the Nigerian police after brag to raise the number of dead persons in Anambra State.
Onyebuchi Okocha, popularly called Prophet Onyeze Jesus, said he will conduct an event where corpses will regain breath come 28th, January 2021.
Based on a report by Anambra Broadcasting Service, Okocha was arrested a day before the acclaimed date by the police.
The arrest was due to tendered apology indicating his ritual exercises making rounds on media. Recently, he was captured dosing out Nigerian currency on unclad yet to be identified individuals both men and women.
Apparently, the social media circulated clip caught the attention of police authority in his state, Anambra.
Earlier, Mr C. Don Adinuba, the state’s Commissioner for Information and Public Enlightenment, made a statement warning the acclaimed Prophet against fluid further disturbing practices which they as ‘criminal and indecent conduct in the name of religion’.
In a separate press release, the government Ministry of Health added a more stringent warning against morgue operators in the state not fall for his gimmick or allow him to the entrance to their facilities in view to perform ‘resurrection’ of dead bodies.
Okocha, 32, who is said to be the founder of Children of Light Anointing Ministries located at Nkpor, Idemili was, before his newly found career as Prophet, a bus conductor.