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In Anambra Priest lands N5bn lawsuit over alleged fake prophesy

Vanguard reports that Father Chilaka  had allegedly accused Prince Orizu, with being responsible for the misfortunes of his uncle’s wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Orizu as well as those of her children.

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A Catholic reverend is reportedly facing a N5billion lawsuit over an alleged prophesy revealed to be fake.

Prince Orji Orizu, who was revealed to be the second son of the 1st Republic Senate President, late Abyssinia Orizu, is reportedly furious over a prophesy given by the Catholic Reverend, Fr. Chidozie Chilaka, aka ‘Jesus Network’.

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Vanguard reports that Father Chilaka  had allegedly accused Prince Orizu, with being responsible for the misfortunes of his uncle’s wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Orizu as well as those of her children.

Rev. Fr. Chilaka, who is an evangelist based in Isiala Mbano, Imo State, is reported to have called out Mrs. Orizu, Prince Orizu’s uncle’s wife, during his crusade at Nigeria Science and Technical College, Nnewi, which lasted for a week, saying that she had been under a 'spell' cast over her and her children by Prince Orizu.

The priest is further alleged to have told the woman that Prince Orizu was behind the broken marriages of her daughters, going further to promise to nullify whatever spell had been cast.

While addressing newsmen on the allegations leveled against him by the Reverend, at his home in Nnewi, Prince Orizu said:

”Any Nigerian, native doctor, any child or agent of a native doctor and anybody connected to any native doctor in or outside Nigeria who can say he had ever visited or patronized them, should come out and speak.”

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Prince Orizu further urged anyone of like status, inside or outside Nigeria, who have reported seing him patronising the home of any native Doctor, to speak out.

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