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Holy Criminal Man uses stolen jeep to sow seed in church

A man who handed over a stolen vehilcle to a pastor to pray for his wife has been arrested.

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The suspect, Osas Felix Bright play

The suspect, Osas Felix Bright

(Total Media)

One Felix Bright Osas, who claims to be an automobile dealer at the popular auto market in Berger area of Lagos State, has been arrested by the State Police Command for allegedly using a stolen SUV Jeep to sow a seed in his church so that the pastor can pray for his barren wife can be blessed with a fruit of the womb.

The suspect allegedly confessed to the police that he buys stolen vehicles from robbers and gave one of such SUVs to his pastor to pray for his wife.

Also arrested with Osas, was the pastor who received the stolen vehicle, Pastor Titus Onwuchekwa.

The Commissioner of Police in State, Fatai Owoseni, while parading the Delta State born suspect, said more than 18 expensive vehicles were recovered from the suspect.

Bright also confessed that he knew that suppliers of the recovered vehicles were car snatchers because he buys the SUVs at give-away prices.

The Pastor who is of the Presbyterian Church, Umuahia in Abia State, he did not know that the vehicle Osas gave to him was stolen and this was confirm by th suspect who said that Onwuchekwa did not know that the SUV he gave to him was stolen, but he committed himself when he contacted him again and was demanding to buy another car (Toyota Camry) for N250,000.

Unknown to Onwuchekwa, Osas was already in police custody when the pastor came to Lagos to buy the Toyota Camry and he was also arrested.

Onwuchekwa said when he contacted Osas and informed him that he was a pastor, he was elated and informed him that he was sowing a seed with the SUV. He said he only paid him N350,000 and he prayed for him and his wife to become pregnant.

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