Mother Of The Two Girls Impregnated By Lord's Chosen Pastor Resists Policemen From Arresting Him (Video)

A little drama has taken place at the Oshodi area of Lagos State when policemen attached to the Makinde police station Lagos State police command went to arrest a 28-year-old Lord’s Chosen pastor, Nduka Ayanwu, who allegedly raped and impregnated two sisters ages 13 and 17.

It was gathered that the father of the two girls, Christian Onyeji was detained along with Anyanwu, the Lord’s Chosen Charismatic Envagelical church deliverance minister, Ogunoloko parish, for allegedly supporting his action.

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However, the mother of the girls, Amaka Onyeji was captured in a video provided by the Advocates For Children and Vulnerable Persons Network (ACVPN) pushing and standing in the way of a policewoman who had gone with a team of policemen to effect the arrest of Anyanwu.

Mother Of The Two Girls Impregnated By Lord's Chosen Pastor Resists Policemen From Arresting Him (Video)

“Leave him. He is going no way,” she shouted as she pushed and blocked the policewoman from arresting the suspect.

But her actions proved abortive as Anyanwu who was seen clinching to a Bible, was still arrested.

It was further gathered that Anyawu, with support from the parents of the girls, claimed he was going to marry the 17-year-old girl while the 13-year-old girl will abort her pregnancy.

According to the girls, Anyanwu who attends the same church as their parents, started sleeping with them while they were in primary school. They added that he allegedly raped them when their parents asked them to go for deliverance sessions allegedly  on Anyanwu’s prompting.

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When asked why he took advantage of the girls, Anyanwu claimed he did so with the parents of the girls’ support.

While the father of the girls was detained, the mother of the two girls was asked to go home and take care of the remaining six children as the girls were taken into protective custody within the Makinde Barracks.

The case will be transferred to Gender Unit Panti Yaba, for proper investigation.

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Mother Of The Two Girls Impregnated By Lord's Chosen Pastor Resists Policemen From Arresting Him A little drama has taken place at the Oshodi area of Lagos State when policemen attached to the Makinde police station Lagos State police command went to arrest a 28-year-old Lord's Chosen pastor, Nduka Ayanwu, who allegedly raped and impregnated two sisters ages 13 and 17. It was gathered that the father of the two girls, Christian Onyeji was detained along with Anyanwu, the Lord's Chosen Charismatic Envagelical church deliverance minister, Ogunoloko parish, for allegedly supporting his action. However, the mother of the girls, Amaka Onyeji was captured in a video provided by the Advocates For Children and Vulnerable Persons Network (ACVPN) pushing and standing in the way of a policewoman who had gone with a team of policemen to effect the arrest of Anyanwu. "Leave him. He is going no way," she shouted as she pushed and blocked the policewoman from arresting the suspect. But her actions proved abortive as Anyanwu who was seen clinching to a Bible, was still arrested. It was further gathered that Anyawu, with support from the parents of the girls, claimed he was going to marry the 17-year-old girl while the 13-year-old girl will abort her pregnancy. According to the girls, Anyanwu who attends the same church as their parents, started sleeping with them while they were in primary school. They added that he allegedly raped them when their parents asked them to go for deliverance sessions allegedly  on Anyanwu's prompting. When asked why he took advantage of the girls, Anyanwu claimed he did so with the parents of the girls' support. While the father of the girls was detained, the mother of the two girls was asked to go home and take care of the remaining six children as the girls were taken into protective custody within the Makinde Barracks. The case will be transferred to Gender Unit Panti Yaba, for proper investigation.

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