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Catholic Priest Slammed With N5bn Lawsuit Over Alleged Fake Prophesy


A Catholic reverend has been slammed with a N5billion lawsuit over an alleged fake prophesy .Prince Orji Orizu, second son of the 1st Republic Senate President, late Abyssinia Orizu is infuriated over a prophesy by Catholic Reverend Fr. Chidozie Chilaka, aka ‘Jesus Network,’. The reverend allegedly said that he (Orji), was responsible for the misfortunes of his uncle’s wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Orizu and those of her children.

Rev. Fr. Chilaka, an evangelist based in Isiala Mbano, Imo State, had allegedly called out one Mrs. Orizu, Prince Orji Orizu’s uncle’s wife, during his week-long crusade at Nigeria Science and Technical College, Nnewi and told her that she had been under a spell from Prince Orji Orizu.

The priest allegedly told the woman that all her daughters’ broken marriages were caused by the legal luminary, promising that he would nullify curses inflicted on them by the former first Republic Senate President’s son.
But reacting to the allegation while addressing newsmen in his house in Nnewi, Prince Orji allegedly challenged the Reverend, saying,

 ”any Nigerian, native doctor, any child or agent of a native doctor and anybody connected to any native doctor in or outside Nigeria who can say he had ever visited or patronized them, should come out and speak.”

The infuriated Prince also urged the ‘likes of such people who claim to have seen him in the house of any native doctor anywhere in or outside Nigeria, to speak out.


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