Apostle Ukpabio, a Nollywood film actress and producer, is the President and Founder of Liberty Gospel Church with its headquarters in Calabar, the capital of Cross River State, South-South Nigeria and has been popular for war against witches and wizards, majority of them being vulnerable and abandoned children.
UK Authorities Deport Apostle Helen Ukpabio
At last, the government of the United Kingdom under the auspices of the British Homeland Security, has deported Nigeria's self-acclaimed Witch-Hunter, Lady Apostle Helen Ukpabio from Britain.
We reported last week how the British media was on the campaign to have her deported and banned from entering into their country after it was discovered that she had been in the UK for days holding secret crusades.
Now the UK government has shown that it is not a society that condones acts of maltreatment of children and has not only deported Apostle Ukpabio but have also banned her from entering the country.
A United Kingdom based human right activist and charity worker, Ms. Modupe Debbie Ariyo, the Executive Director of Africa Unite Against Child Abuse, (AFRUCA), announced this in a one paragraph sentence via her Facebook page where she said:
Helen Ukpabio deported from UK...hurray!!!
Ariyo, also said that the British Home Secretary, Ms Theresa May was pressured by human right activists and the UK press to act.
Theresa May was under pressure from charities to act, the evidence was overwhelming too.
Now, it is up to our Nigerian colleagues to learn from our example. These people can be challenged. They are ordinary human beings like you and I.
Ukpabio, who arrived London last week for a chain of three weeks deliverance service, had barely held two of her services when the press and human right activists got wind of her presence and mission to the United Kingdom and invaded her deliverance service with placards. This was followed by protests and petition to the British Home Secretary.
In one of her books, 'Unveiling The Mysteries of Witchcraft' Apostle Helen Ukpabio states;
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