Monday, January 16, 2017 7:19 am
Uncontrolled sexual appetite has landed a Benin-based Pastor, Great Emokpae, in trouble, following the discovery of his alleged love affairs with another man’s wife.
Pastor Emokpae, founder of Miracle House of God Church, who was accused of having sex with the Woman Leader of his church, (Mrs. Ehikioya), is currently on the run after the husband of the woman, Mr. Anthony Ehikioya, uncovered the pastor’s alleged love affair with his wife.
It was gathered that Pastor Emokpae took to his heels after angry youths stormed his church Sunday morning and destroyed properties worth thousands of naira in the church.
Anthony told journalists that his wife’s refusal to have sex with him for several months raised his suspicion that she was having extra marital affairs.
He said he told his children and neighbors’ help to place his wife on surveillance and they did by placing her phone on call and record mode.
The bubble burst on the woman after she allegedly received a call and the children played back the recording.
According to the angry husband, the pastor was heard from the recording praising the sexual skill of his wife and how good she was in bed and that she should come for more sex.
Following the discovery, irate youths in the community stormed Pastor Great and broke into it destroying everything in sight.
The angry youths allegedly discovers charms, women pants, photographs of clients and other fetish items.
Residents in the area said policemen from the Saint Saviour Police Division arrested the assistant pastor of the church and took the charms and other fetish items found inside the church away.
Father of randy Pastor who gave his name simply as Robinson, said he was at home when policemen came asking after his son.
Mr. Robinson said he was surprised that his son was accused of sleeping with a married woman who is also the Woman Leader of the church.
“I am shocked. My son is a prophet. Those charms were planted by those that attacked the church. There is no evidence of my son sleeping with the woman. That woman just came to ruin my son’s ministry.
“My son is being blackmailed. They said it was through phone calls. Anybody could have cloned my son’s voice. Those people took laws into their hands,” he said.
When contacted for comments, Police spokesman, DSP Moses Nkombe, said he was yet to be briefed on the matter.