Controversial Prophet Onyeeze was never held in police custody
The controversial Anambra based prophet, Onyeeze Jesus was never held in any police custody. Our investigation revealed that he was never arrested but was only invited to appear before the police. The 32 year old, self styled fake pastor spent Just few hours with the police and was allowed to return to his Nkpor-Uno family home where his fake ministry is located to continue his nefarious activities.
We also discovered that he dropped out of the public view for these few days to escape from his false promise which he made that he will raise seven dead people on January 28.
The controversial fake prophet is known for releasing videos with which he uses to lure unsuspecting easy wealth seekers to fall victiims to his antiics. In one of such videos, he was spotted praying for naked adults at a river while spraying Nigerian currencies on them.
In another video, he was seen making rituals for some people who wanted quick money.
These videos constituted public distress and many social media users didn’t hesitate to call for his arrest.
However, the fake prophet who is the founder of the Children of Light Anointing Ministries has again taken to his Facebook page to thank his followers and also dropped some disjointed pieces of advice for public consumption.
In the video uploaded on Saturday 30 January, the prophet thanked the Anambra state government and further used the medium to advocate for peace and love. He maintained that, things are not progressive is simply because we lack love for one another. He tasked all and sundry to wear the mantle of love. He also advised the public to take proper care of their health as he emphasized on the importance of monthly checkups. Speaking on God’s commandments, he emphasized on the first three commandments to further buttress his point on giving respect to God.
He concluded by thanking the public and praying for them.
We are in the end times when the Bible says that many false prophets will arise and deceive many. Please beware.