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EFCC ARRESTS PASTOR OVER N3.9M FRAUD IN ILORIN       

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EFCC ARRESTS PASTOR OVER N3.9M FRAUD IN ILORIN                                                                                                06-04-24

By Sadiq Aminu                                                       The Ilorin Zonal Command of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, arrested the General Overseer of CAC Freedom City Prophetic and Deliverance Ministry, Ilorin, Prophet Adeniyi Abiodun James, for allegedly defrauding a member of the church of over three million naira .

In a state the EFCC head of media and Publicity, Dele Oyewale the victim, Oluwole Babarinsa, had in a petition to the Commission, alleged that Prophet James called him out during a church programme sometime in 2021 that he had a revelation that he would travel abroad.

According to the statement the cleric, in the course of giving the revelation, asked him about his preferred country, to which he replied “Canada”.

It said thereafter, they reportedly struck an agreement to talk later in order to perfect arrangements for the trip.

The statement explained that the prophet later told him that he had a friend in Lagos who could help him facilitate his relocation to Canada, but at a cost of N1.7million and N2.5million for processing of flight ticket and travel documents, respectively.

The statement noted that the petitioner had to sell some of his properties and took some loans before he could raise N3,980,000 which he gave the prophet to facilitate his quick relocation to Canada.

It said after prolonged waiting with no result, the petitioner became agitated and began to query the prophet’s vision, prompting him to ask for a refund of his money.

The statement maintained that all efforts and entreaties to the suspect to refund his money yielded no positive result.

The suspect will be arraigned in court upon the conclusion of investigations.

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