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Monday, January 11, 2016

Pastor Hypnotizes His Member To Steal Company’s Car

Plans by a 25-year-old company driver to divert the company’s vehicle from Lagos State to Ogun State has been foiled by operatives of the Rapid Response Squad, RRS, following his arrest alongside an alleged accomplice.




On interrogation, the suspect, Daniel Oguntade, alleged that he was hypnotized by his pastor (names withheld), to divert the company’s vehicle, a Toyota Hiace, 2014 model, with number plates EKY 463 DM.

VANGUARD gathered that Oguntade was directed to pick up a client at the airport and, thereafter, drop N150,000 with other people on December 24, 2015.

Apprehension, however, set in when he did not return at 8p.m. as expected, with the visiting client stranded at the airport. Efforts to reach him proved abortive as he reportedly ignored several calls to his phone.
When the information reached Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Mr. Fatai Owoseni, he reportedly directed the Commander,RRS, Olatunji Disu, to unearth the circumstances surrounding the disappearance of the driver and the company’s vehicle.


With the collaboration of policemen at the Sango Area Command, Ogun State, the car was said to have been traced to Ifo in Sango, where the driver and a man, later discovered to be an electrician, were allegedly trying to disconnect the tracking device in the car.


Suspect’s story
Oguntade told Vanguard: “I had no intention of diverting the vehicle. My pastor talked me into doing it.“I have been working for the company for three years without any soiled record. My salary is N60,000.

“I suspect I was hypnotized by my pastor (names withheld) because while I was on the Third Mainland Bridge at 11.30a.m., heading for the airport, I received two calls; one from my dad, informing that my mother was sick and the other from my Pastor, ordering me to report immediately at the church located at Adiyan, Ogun State.
“As if propelled by forces beyond me, I proceeded to the church in the company’s vehicle.

“On arrival, my pastor told me to drop the hampers in the church, even when I told him that my boss directed me to give them to some clients.
“He reminded me that that day was Imoke day, a special service day and asked me to join the service.

“A church member, Oyetade Ade, accompanied me to the fuel station to fill the tank. But to my surprise, the car refused to start while at the fuel station. Time was 7.30p.m. Tracked down “When I called my pastor to inform him about the development, he said I should tell my boss that the vehicle had been snatched by robbers, including the hampers and cash. I could not pick my calls when my boss called and when I eventually picked it, I could not talk.


“I never knew the vehicle had a tracking device. I thought it had an electrical fault that was why I called an electrician to repair it. To my surprise, RRS men swoop on us.”
Police sources told Vanguard that when invited, that the Pastor denied Oguntade’s claim.The suspects were, yesterday, transferred to the Special Anti-Robbery Squad, SARS.




31 comments:

  1. Hian... Endtime pastor.

    Where is One trillion when you need him...

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  2. Fake pastors everywhere! Poor guy, that's if he is saying d truth.

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  3. end time pastors. I dislike hungry man church
    They will even tell U to bring your eyes if you are not careful

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  4. Awon pastor aye. Pastor osochi egbu. Uchu pastor. Finally end time pastor.

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  5. The church member is just one out the many gullible pastor followers. I noticed something in my church recently; anytime the main pastor is not around, there is always decrease in the number of people in attendance. I just concluded that many church goers are hypocrites. They serve pastor and not God. I heard someone sitting close to me say if only papa will mention my case. I laugh! Papa is now God that answers prayers.

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    1. So true. People come to church to worship the pastor not God. They hang on his every word and believe everything like their lives depends on it.

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    2. So many people believe in their pastors instead of God,its such a shame!! And his pastor ll deny it..

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    3. Most of those people that fall under anointing when Pastor Chris Oyakhilome is passing fall sexually oooo, they have been desiring him and him coming close to them makes them feel their dreams are almost manifest.
      They fit cum sef! Endtime fall.

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  6. Na wa o. just imagine the nonsense

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  7. Gullible man. Deception by pastor. Not all who call me Lord Lord will make heaven. Pastors are causing problems to gullible people everywhere

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  8. The devil has filled his house but he will always be put to shame.

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  9. Just imagine oh! Dude had a vry attractive salary for a driver na. This is to say "when d devil is bend on bringing u down2nothin he cms thru anyone/tin. Rilly sad.

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  10. Fake pastor. The importance of traffic devices

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  11. nawa ooo, what kind of pastor is that? some pastors enslaves their church members

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  12. Fake Pastors every where. Thats how one nearly destroyed my home. Thank God we are wiser than serpent. Pls everyone should be very careful with these people. Most of them are wolves in sheep clothing

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    1. That's y I'm very skeptical about pastors. Many Nigerians fall for their ploys cos they r supposed men of God but I try to keep an open mind and not listen to everything they say. Cos they end up telling you their own opinions and make it seem like it came from God himself

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  13. Don't know why but I believe that the man was hypnotized.

    See what so called men of God do.
    God is going to judge us all.

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  15. God help your children, for we have sin against Thee.

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