Agents of the Anambra State Police Command have affirmed the capture of the Founder of Children of Light Anointing Ministries in Nkpor, Idemili North Local Government Area of the state, Mr. Onyebuchi Okocha, famously known as ‘Onyeze Jesus’.

The prophet was supposed to have been captured in his home in Nkpor, close to Onitsha, last Wednesday night, which was affirmed by the state Police Public Relations Officer, CSP Haruna Mohammed, saying: “Truly, we captured Onyeze Jesus yesterday (Wednesday).”

The capture of the minister came not exactly seven days after the state government provided a proclamation denouncing his exercises and cautioning residents to be careful about him.

Prior to his capture, Okocha had vowed to raise seven carcasses from the morgue of an administration endorsed clinic in Nkpor.

He got famous for conveying viral recordings on the web of him taking grown-ups to the waterway and making them wash bare, with the case he was purifying them of misfortune to set them up for riches.

The prophet, who many claimed to be phony, had flaunted that on Thursday (yesterday), he planned to revive seven dead individuals from a funeral home in a medical clinic in the state, driving the state service of wellbeing to caution that no medical clinic should open its mortuary for him.

In spite of the fact that subtleties of the purpose behind the capture of the prophet has not been made known, Anambra State Government had before taken steps to capture him for obscene openness of individuals’ bare, and for likewise slighting Nigerian money.

Okocha, while planning cash customs for his supporters, for the most part make them wash stripped in a stream, while he splashed them cash in their state.

The state government in an articulation denouncing his demonstration had expressed that his direct was not in a state of harmony with what Anambra individuals are known for, and that such lead was fit for giving the express a terrible name.

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