In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 10th, August, 2020

Common Overseer Impregnates Two Teenage Sisters In Ogun (Picture)

General Overseer Impregnates Two Teenage Sisters In Ogun (Photo)




The founder and Common Overseer of The Church of Lord, Olomore Abeokuta recognized as Ajigbotoluwa has been arrested by law enforcement officials in Ogun state for defiling and impregnating two teenage sisters.


It was gathered that the Common Overseer was arrested after the mom of the victims advised the police at Lafenwa.


In her narration, she revealed fell sick typically in 2018 and was taken to the church for non secular therapeutic. She accused the mentioned pastor of seizing the chance to ask her complete household of six to relocate to the church premises to keep away from being bothered with the identical illness.


“There after which, the prophet began having intercourse along with her daughters of 16 and 13 years of age, unknown to her. The pastor impregnated the 2 underage women and went on to acquire abortion for them in a non-public clinic,” The Ogun State Police Public Relations Officer, Abimbola Oyeyemi, mentioned.

Apart from this, the prophet was additionally mentioned to have defrauded the household of N2million naira money, which he reportedly collected for what he known as ‘non secular cleaning’.


Upon the report, the DPO of Lafenwa division, CSP Muraina Ayilara, led his males to the church however the place has been abandoned, it was gathered.


The Ogun State Commissioner of Police, in line with Oyeyemi, then directed that the suspect be hunted for and delivered to e book.

“In compliance with the CP’s directive, the DPO and his males launched into intelligence and technical-based investigation, and their efforts paid off when the prophet was arrested on the sixth of August 2020 at about 5am.

“On interrogation, the suspect confessed to the fee of many of the allegations leveled towards him and that it was the rationale why he ran away when he heard that police are searching for him,” the PPRO knowledgeable.

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