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Saturday, March 07, 2020

Miracle Vixen Bose Olasunkanmi Has Been Arrested For Miracle Scam....

The operatives of the Inspector General Of Police, Intelligent Response Team (IRT) have arrested Bose Olasunkanmi, 44, after being on her trail for months. 






The suspect who was always paid after each successful performance of 'miracle healing' moved from church to church to avoid being detected for her fraudulent act.

The suspect first performed her trick at a Lagos church before she moved to a church in Port Harcourt and later to Bayelsa.

When the bubble burst, the suspect Olasukanmi went into hiding while the fraudulent pastors quickly made a video of how and when they were performing the fake miracle, which looked real to the unsuspecting congregation as they watched her being healed by the pastors.


Olasunkanmi who usually pretended that her broken right hand was hanging and had defied all medical efforts to be corrected would say she was invited but by a friend to try the church for healing and at this point, the ministering pastor or overseer would step forward asking her if she wanted to be healed.


The pastor would proceed to cast out the evil spirit that bent her arms and before the congregation, she would stretch out her hand to its full length and the pastor would ask the church to praise the Lord for the 'miraculous healing'

This usually led members who are seeking for their own miracles to sow seeds of money ranging from N20, 000 to N50,000 and increased the population of the church.


Information regarding the nefarious activities of the pastors was given to the commander of the Inspector General of police Intelligence Response Team, a Deputy Commissioner of police, DCP. Abba Kyari who directed the Southwest coordinator, a Chief Superintendent of Police to fish out the woman to be able to intercept the fraudulent pastors, church workers and others who played roles in the scam.

from The Guardian

50 comments:

  1. Kai. What a shame. Hope the pastors too would be arrested. They aided and abetted

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    1. This is not funny but the first part of Aunty Stella's caption has me rolling on the floor. Miracle Vixen...looooool. What a title to have in one's resume.

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    2. I tell you @the Budgetmom. I was πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ the "miracle vixen"

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    3. @budgetmom... it's Stella not "Aunty Stella" πŸ™„

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    4. πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ™†‍♂️πŸ™†‍♂️πŸ™†‍♂️🀦‍♀️
      Miracle vixen indeed, she should go and eat government beans abeg.
      Fraud.

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    5. Thank you @ShooterGyal, I stand corrected

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    6. Budget mom, πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—

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  2. Fake Fake Miracle miracle everywhere.. What happens to praying quietly in ur house? No be the same God dey answer prayer?

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  3. I think her employees should be arrested too
    It goes both ways

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  4. They should arrest all those gods of men that used her to deceive their gullible sheeples.

    CHURCH IS SCAM!
    CHRISTIANITY IS CONFUSION!!
    VERY BIG SCAM !!!

    Thank God that my eyes have been opened to the truth and I stopped going to church long time ago.

    I will only go to church again when I see a pastor that is 95% holy.

    You will still see gullible sheeples that will come out to defend all these scammers parading themselves as "pastors".

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    1. Maybe one day you will stop working when you find out all your colleagues are wicked, christianity says love your neighbour, avoid sexual sins etc now tell me what is wrong in it, what you will say is lots of Christians are not following the word of God, Pentecostalism is focused more on Earthly acquisition which is not what Jesus Christ or any of his disciples focused on and Jesus even warned us in Matthew about people who would use his name to do evil.

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    2. The church is Christ's bride and can NEVER be a scam. If you read your Bible well, it already tells us fake pastors and prophets will arise in the last days.

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    3. Loooooooooud it @14:39

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  5. SDK your phrase "miracle vixen " , so cracks🀣🀣 me up.

    Oh well, is she gonna serve time? They must investigate the pastors who show cased her too. Some if not most were aware of her condition but decided to go ahead and show case her as a "miracle vixen" to bring market(congregants.

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  6. Miracle vixen? 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

    Stella, your heaven pass has been revoked temporarily. 😭

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    1. Honestly! I nearly choked on my fried yam when I read it🀣🀣🀣🀣

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  7. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ @ miracle Vixen,
    Shame on these false prophets.

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  8. 😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁

    That was her job description nah, getting healed.


    Lmaoooooo

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  9. This is the real gbegeeeeπŸ˜•πŸ˜•

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  10. Abeg make dem leave this woman o, everyone is trying to survive in this country either by hook or by crook,(not encouraging such behavior) those pastors that used her should be arrested, I'm very sure she was paid by them to stage the performance, so they should pay the price as well not just her. but in this situation,Na poor person they take the fall or punishment and the big man is concealed. they can afford lawyers and publicist that will write plenty grammar in form of statement, but she? oh well...

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    1. Trust Nigeria police and the most useless government in the world will never arrest the big pastors that intentionally used this woman for gale miracles but will happily deal with this one cos they are afraid of the big pastors with no God . Stupid country

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    2. Well, in that case, an upcoming miracle vixen will learn from her. Not so?

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  11. What utter rubbish, what of all the fake alfas we have? While not supporting the woman or pastors, why will they be involved in Church matters. How many times have we chook mouth for Muslim matter.??

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    1. Last year alone, many fake Alfas had their camps raided and the Alfas put in prison for holding people against their will, chaining them up and collecting money from their parents in the name of healing. They are now being tried in court but because your idols and their actors are being smoked out, you are now remembering that there is another religion in Nigeria.

      The same last year, the criminal babalawos behind the Badoo cult in Lagos were raided and arrested. The prophet that conspired to kill a pregnant undergraduate in the name of blood money was arrested and is being tried.

      Your thinking is not helping the course of justice in Nigeria. Let God clean his church, mosque and shrine. His children have suffered enough.

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    2. Sense is far from you. How many times have you seen an Alfa come on national TV to perform miracles? Please engage your brain

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    3. Lol her WhatsApp member niyen!!!
      They will always attack every fight against fraudulent activities by playing the tribal or religion deflecting ball...
      Crying oppression because they weren't allowed to carry out their fraudulent activities in peace...
      Chizzy J...

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  12. So why don't they arrest the pastors too?

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  13. Omg StellaπŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚... Miracle vixen πŸ˜…

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    1. Sparkle, fraud is a crime. Just like any other crime, the offender faces the law.
      It's not about Christianity or other religions.
      Alfas get arrested for their crimes e.g. the Alfa that got arrested and prosecuted for rape.
      The pastor that set his church members on fire was sentenced to death.

      *The IG's team should also arrest those fraudulent Pastors alongside the 'Miracle Vixen'.

      Christ builds His Church, the gates of hell shall never prevail!

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  14. Okafor and others where art thou?? Your vixen has been arrested.

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  15. Did she break any law... if she did not they should let her go and get the pastors instead...buhari is creating job opportunities

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    1. Yes, fraud.
      She conspired with the fake pastors and defrauded the congregation of their hard-earned money by putting up a show of fake dealing.
      "Obtaining by tricks, Section 419."

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    2. ...fake *healing* (pardon the typo)

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  16. The fake pastors she has been working for should be arrested too.

    I don't want to hear the touch not my anointed talk.

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  17. Waytin concern police for this matter sef? Them no see original criminal make them arrest? The churches should be questioned and not the woman.

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    1. Fraud is a criminal offence.
      A crime by both Miracle Vixen and fake pastors.
      All must be arrested and prosecuted for tricking the congregation to part with their money.

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  18. She was been paid for a service. The corrupt and so called pastors who engaged her for that service knew it was fake and hence the pastors who deceived innocent congregants seeking miracles upanddown should be arrested.

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  19. This should serve as a wake up call to all those who run from pillar to post, looking for miracles everywhere.
    Judgement will start in the house of God. They are lucky to be in a lawless country otherwise all those who were involved in this shameful saga, would have all been in jail.
    One of the Ten Commandments given, states, “Thou shalt not lie” But, those who stated they were called to do God’s work, cannot even follow that simple commandments from the Holy Book. They stood before their congregation and lied to have performed a miracle they didn’t perform. I watched all those videos and was shocked at how convincing they seemed to have done it. They need to join Nollywood.
    I just feel for people dealing with genuine issues that have baffled medical science. At the end of the day, God alone knows who is truly his.

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    1. Very true. People stand on the pulpit and lie without fear for God that called them.
      Sad thing is, people are still flocking to those churches despite all these revelations.
      What is wrong with some of our people?

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    2. Cinnamon, a zillion likes for your comment. πŸ‘

      Those fake pastors and Miracle Vixen also conveniently forgot, "Thou shall not steal" and robbed the congratulations by deception.

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    3. You are right. They should become actors. All of them.

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  20. To the NPF, we commend you on the arrest of the 'miracle vixen', we are also hoping that those pastors who used her to gather more converts are arrested, prosecuted and sentenced accordingly.

    We don't wanna hear, that una shoot bird and the mother bird flew away( ka unu si wee gbaa nnunu nne ya ewe fee)

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  21. In a miracle scam both the vixen (πŸ˜‚) and the vendor are at fault. Let them also arrest the fraudsters that paid for her services like that cross eyed crook. Stop being like Simeon the magician looking to buy God's gift with πŸ’°, they won't hear word. Stop looking for miracle up and down. Your God is living right within you, they won't hear word. Use your mouth to ask God. He said ask and you shall receive, the God that sees what is done in secret will reward you, not contract the asking out but they won't hear word.
    Let them keep being robbed. The Tomis of the religious world who think love is being slapped about.

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  22. For people saying they should not arrest her;I wonder what the world Is turning to?Every thing is ok until your own family is scammed.its good she is arrested and the pastors should be arrested too.

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