Two sisters in Ugbolu Community, near Asaba, Delta State, have been shown the family way by a man who claimed to be pastor.
The suspect, 41, pastors a church in the community and was accused of burying his ‘stubborn’ manhood inside the ‘hallowed chambers’ of the two sisters during a deliverance service organised for them in the middle of the night.
According to reports, bubble burst last Sunday during church service when the two sisters, in what appeared to be mild drama, stormed the church with some hired thugs and in a fit of fury, allegedly dragged the pastor out before they started beating and stoning him in the process.
In the melee, his church was set ablaze by the angry youths who also ensured that those who supported him were disgraced and beaten to stupor.
It was gathered that the two sisters, undergraduates of the National Open University, Asaba study centre (names withheld) had been regular visitors to the pastor’s church in the community, and most times, attended his deliverance service before the bubble burst.
According to reports, trouble started in December 2017 when the two sisters sought the pastor’s spiritual help for an undisclosed spiritual attack, a situation he allegedly responded to and hoodwinked them into doing deliverance during night fall, an offer the unsuspecting sisters willingly accepted without hesitation.
It was further gathered that the pastor allegedly “arranged” a room within the church premises where the two sisters, native of Asaba were ordered to remove their dresses and in the process, were offered water in a big bucket to bath with.
It was gathered that in 1998, the said pastor had, in Enugu State, allegedly committed same act when he was said to have slept with a mother and daughter during an all-night service, and was subsequently banished from the town after he was subjected to severe beating by angry church youths.