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Pulse Nigeria Poll Readers say pastors who extort money from members should be reported to the police

Pule Nigeria Poll voters believe that pastors who dupe heir members should be reported to the police.

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Adaoku is one confused woman play

Adaoku is one confused woman

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A devastated Pulse reader, Adaoku, sent in this letter on Friday, October 30:

"My name is Adaoku, a 42-year-old lady, in search of a husband. Many men have come my way with promises of marriage, only to dupe me both emotionally, physically and financially.

I am a regional manager in a multinational oil firm and by the grace of God, I have been able to acquire a lot in terms of wealth. I have houses in Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt and in my home state.

It was in the search for my own man that a friend took me to a certain man of God in a remote part of Lagos. When the man knew that I was in a good financial position, he made my case a special one and used various means of extorting money from me, while giving me assurances that I will be married before this year runs out.

In the spate of six months, I have spent nothing less than N3 million on the man and he still comes up with different schemes to collect money from me.

His latest scheme is that there is a man God has shown him to be my husband but that the man is based in London and it require about N1.5 million to do the assignments that would bring him to me.

I have had enough and I want to arrest the man for duping me of my hard earned money.


The teaser for the day was:

What should be done to pastors who dupe their members?

82% - They should be reported to the police

16% - They should be left alone

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