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Church Members Beat Up Journalists For Covering GO’s Trial (Video)

The arraignment of the founder of God is Able Mega Fire Ministry, Opolo community, Bayelsa State, Apostle Kingsley Abiekunogho was yesterday turned into theater of violence by members of his church who descended on journalists for covering his trial. 

Abiekunogho was arraigned by the Bayelsa State Police Command for allegedly fraudulently obtaining an SUV and N20,000 from a church member, Sayou, in exchange for spiritual breakthroughs.

The arraignment, which took place at Magistrate Court 3, turned violent when the accused pastor was being led out after the proceeding.

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The pastor, who directed his members to cover him up from the prying lens of cameras when coming out of the court room into his car, got infuriated when he realised that journalists still managed to get shots of him. .
Some loyal members of the church, who noticed that their pastor was no longer comfortable with the manner journalists managed to get a shot of him, descended on journalists.

A reporter with Silverbird Television received hot slaps, while the camera battery of a TV Continental reporter was damaged.

While the drama was going on, the pastor was whisked away in a car. It took the intervention of some policemen to finally bring the situation under control. The case was adjourned till March 24, for further hearing.

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Church members attacks journalists for covering GO’s trial . . Members of ‘God is Able Mega Fire Ministry,’ Opolo, Yenagoa Local Government Area of Bayelsa State, have allegedly beaten up some journalists for allegedly attempting to take snapshots of their General Overseer, Apostle Kingsley Abiekunogho, at Magistrate’s Court 3, Yenagoa. . . . Abiekunogho is standing trial for allegedly obtaining a Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) from his member, Seiyefa Sayou, by trick. The Magistrate, Mrs. Eke Spiff, ordered all journalists to leave the courtroom. A few minutes later, a policewoman walked up to the journalists within the court premises and said: “I was asked to advise you all to leave the court by one of the church members or there would be bloodshed.” . . . Journalists quickly called the state Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), who ordered that a police van should be on standby. At the end of the proceeding, which lasted up to two hours, the pastor, who allegedly directed his members to shield him up from prying eyes of journalists as he walked out of the courtroom, became visibly angry when he realised some journalists still managed to get his snapshots. Noticing that their GO was not comfortable with the manner journalists managed to get snapshots of him, his members descended on some of the journalists. . . . A reporter with Silverbird Television received hot slaps, while the camera battery of a TV Continental reporter was damaged. While the drama was going on, the pastor was whisked away in a car. It took the intervention of some policemen to finally bring the situation under control. The case was adjourned till March 24, for further hearing. Abiekunogho was alleged to have fraudulently obtained a SUV and N20,000 from Sayou in exchange for spiritual breakthroughs.

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