Kogi Government Shuts Down Church Over Alleged Fraud

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Kogi State Governor, Yahaya Bello, has ordered the closure of a church for allegedly defrauding members by selling bulletproof water and running an unapproved medical facility.

The state Security Adviser, Jerry Omodara, implemented that closure of the church.

Omodara revealed that asides from housing a hospital, the church is also being used as a psychiatric and rehabilitation home.

He added that there is enough evidence that indicates that what they practice is contrary to both religious and medical practices.

The Pastor of the church, Peter Adeiza, is said to have been operating the facility since 2008 while many people were said to have allegedly lost their lives due to illegal and unhygienic medical practice.

Written by: Helen Obih

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