Prophet Arrested For Sodomizing 10-Year-Old Boy in Asaba, Delta State.
The Senior Pastor of The Chosen One To Rule Ministry in Asaba, the Delta state capital, Prophet Chinonso Udemezue, has been accused of defiling a 10 year old boy identified as Oluchukwu. Humanrights activist, Prince Gwamnishu Harrison, who shared the sad story online this afternoon, wrote
”On 5th February, 2018. Snr Dr. Prophet Chinonso Udemezue Senior Pastor (The Chosen One To Rule Ministry) prophesy that little Oluchukwu will be kidnapped. The guidance hurriedly took Oluchukwu to Prophet house for prayers and safe keeping.
“It was the first time he’s doing it to me. At night he gave me his phone and played a film of people naked. He removed my clothes and rubbed something like oil and inserted his penis into my Anus” Little Oluchukwu told the police
The Prophet Lawyer, Church members (All female) are begging for settlement. The boy aunty want to collect money but I have warned her the dangers involved. He denied it but ready to pay and close the case.
Will handover this case to office of Public Defender Ministry of Justice Asaba.
Protect your child, watch them closely, ask questions before it is too late.
Where is CAN office located in Asaba?”.
The suspect had prophesied that the little boy, Oluchukwu will be kidnapped. Out of fear, the boy’s guardian hurriedly took Oluchukwu to the Prophet’s house for prayers and safe keeping.“It was the first time he’s doing it to me. At night he gave me his phone and played a film of people unclad. He removed my clothes and rubbed something like oil and inserted his joystick into my anus, ” little Oluchukwu reportedly said.
The prophet andvchurch members are begging for settlement.
According to reports, the boy’s aunt wants to collect money to settle the case but has been sternly warned against that. .The case is set to be handed over to office of Public Defender Ministry of Justice in Asaba, according to reports.
According to Nigeria’s laws, Both male and female same-sex sexual activity is illegal in Nigeria. The maximum punishment in the twelve northern states that have adopted Shari’a law is death by stoning.
That law applies to all Muslims and to those who have voluntarily consented to application of the Shari’a courts. In southern Nigeria and under the secular criminal laws of northern Nigeria, the maximum punishment for same-sex sexual activity is 14 years’ imprisonment.
The Same-Sex Marriage Prohibition Act criminalizes all forms of same-sex unions and same-sex marriage throughout the country.
“Persons who enter into a same-sex marriage contract or civil union commit an offence and are each liable on conviction to a term of 14 years in prison,” the bill says.
“Any person who registers, operates or participates in gay clubs, societies and organisations or directly or indirectly makes public show of same-sex amorous relationship in Nigeria commits an offence and shall each be liable on conviction to a term of 10 years in prison.”