A Pentecostal church in Lagos has been thrown into disarray after a pastor accused of sleeping with the female GO as well as her young daughter.
PM Express reports that the sex scandal has caused tension in the church known as Great Overcomers Ministry Church located in Abaranje, Ikotun, as members are said to have been leaving in their droves after they found out the illicit affair between their GO and her pastor.
It was gathered that the aggrieved members are not happy with the situation after it was discovered that Ozor was sleeping with both the married GO and the young daughter.
Trouble, it was learned, started for Pastor Ozor, who is currently in prison after an Ogba Magistrates' Court remanded him after he was charged to the court when Prophetess Udeh accused him of forcefully having carnal knowledge of her teenage daughter in January 2017.
She was said to have reported the matter to the police at the Area 'M' Command in Idimu area of the state, leading to the arrest of the pastor who was detained for nine days but was later released by the Police.
Shortly after, Pastor Ozor was rearrested by a team of policemen from Idimu Police Station and charged before Ogba Magistrates’ Court for raping Prophetess Udeh's 15-year old daughter, where the Chief Magistrate, Mrs. Davis Abegunde ordered that he should be remanded in prison custody pending when he will perfect his bail condition.
But the latest arrest and the remand of Pastor is said to have led to the opening of a can of worms as he allegedly denied sleeping with the teenage girl, but admitted he had affairs with the woman who felt heartbroken that he dumped her for another woman.
According to the suspect, the woman has been married for some years and had four children before she separated from her husband.
He narrated that when he joined her church, the prophetess made him her assistant and asked him to marry her so that they can build the church together.
Pastor Ozor said he declined the proposal by telling her he already had a woman in his village he wanted to marry and this did not go down well with her.
“She tried to pressure me to change my marriage plans but I refused. I later went ahead to marry my wife in 2015 and that was when the trouble started,” he said.
The suspect claimed that after he was arrested in January but later released, the Prophetess demanded that he should pay her N500,000 before she would withdraw the matter from the police.
He said he pleaded that he had no such amount to give her and she reduced it to N200,000, yet he could not raise the money and that’s when she decided to use her influences to deal with him.