Pastors and church ex-staff in a conspiracy plot
OpenLife Nigeria has gathered that Pastors and church ex-staff of Champions Royal Assembly in Kubwa, Abuja have been fingered in a grand plot against the founder of the church, Prophet Joshua Iginla.
The information available to OpenLife states that the powerful cartel has hatched the plot to frame the Prophet for kidnap and multiple murders.
Information reveals that some ex-staff of the ministry who were sacked over gross misconduct are at the centre of the plot to rope him into kidnapping and murder of two kids and two women.
The cartel is said to have hatched the plan to kidnap two kids from the children’s department, kill them and bury them behind the bush in the Champions Royal Assembly at Kubwa, Abuja. Thereafter, after the parents of the missing children might have made the report of the missing kids, a lady will be killed too and her friend, who is part of the plot, would report to the police claiming her late friend’s last port of call was Iginla’s church.
Two days after the report, another lady on their payroll would post her encounter on social media claiming Iginla threatened to kill her if she didn’t keep the secret to herself.
Then, one of the cartel’s agents would kill her so as to make it look like Iginla did that as claimed by her.
This would draw the attention of the police to Champions Royal Assembly where a witness in their payroll would attest to it that he had seen the missing kids in the church before and would lead them to where the kids were buried behind the church.
The plot by the cartel is aimed at implicating Prophet Iginla with kidnap and multiple murders. These plots according to them would lead Iginla to jail and the closure of the ministry.
The plot was exposed by one of the newly employed staff of the ministry ( name withheld for security reasons) who was approached by the cartel to witness against Iginla when their plots are fully hatched.
In a series of chats made available, one of the arrowheads of the cartel with a pseudo name Ebuka Kent, approached the young staff who was just employed a month ago to work for them for N7 million with the promise of flying him to the country of his choice once the deal is done and also pledged to place his parents on a monthly salary of N200,000.
Ebuka initially lured the lad with a mouth-watering offer of N3m as initial payment and a stay in any country of his choice by their sponsor.
The young boy thinking it was a drug business kindly turned down the offer.
After much cajoling, Ebuka opened up to him about the plot by the pastors and others to frame up Iginla.
The frightened boy who is just 19 years old, sent prophet Iginla an sms requesting help. Iginla through his aide beckoned on him to see him at his office and that was when he confessed the whole saga to him with the evidence of their chats.
After consultations with a certain senior police officer in Abuja, the lad was advised to play along with them and he called to agree that he was ready to be part of the cartel but insisted on nothing less than N7 million to carry out their wicked ploy.
Ebuka agreed immediately but blocked the lad immediately he requested an initial deposit in cash and not transfer.
Confirming the incident, Iginla openly informed the members about the ungodly moves by so-called clergymen and how the plot was exposed.
In his words, Iginla expressed sadness over the evils being perpetrated on the altar.