Anglican Church Accuses Priest Of impregnating Woman, 30… Releases Details Of Sexual Exploits


An Anglican Priest, Rev. Canon Lumen Christi Eboh of Christ Township Church in Umudioka, Dunukofia Local Government Area of Anambra State, has been accused of impregnating a 30-year-old lady that met him for deliverance.
The Deputy Chancellor, Diocese on the Niger, Barrister Ben Uzuegbu (SAN), while making the revelation in Awka, said the pregnancy scandal was already in court.
According to Uzuegbu, while narrating various sexual exploits of Eboh at different hotels in the state, alleged that; “A young Church sister, identified as Ozioma Onukogu, 30 years of age, was impregnated by the randy servant of God.
“The lady was seven months pregnant before she was noticed by her parents after alleged several rounds of sex in different hotels including City Dubai Hotel and Suites LTD Omagba, Onitsha, the commercial city of Anambra State, where he continuously had sexual intercourse with the sister.”
Uzuegbu (SAN) also explained that Rev. Canon Eboh resigned his position because of his involvement in sexual misconduct, voodooism, high-handedness, harassment, conspiracy, profanity and desecration of the house of God.
“He also said he resigned, because Bishop Nwokolo insisted that Eboh should include Bishop’s wife as trustee of his Ministry, and he has been defrauding the Church on its landed property.
“The constitution of the Diocese is firm on the fact that every Priest with any Call will conduct same in line with the provisions therein;
“There is no provision in the constitution for a Priest to register a parallel Church whilst serving the Church. Therefore, his allegations are dead on arrival.
“On the issue of high-handedness, harassment, conspiracy and character defamation, this is not true. The Bishop on the Niger is besieged with lots of petitions against Lumen Christi Eboh.
“All the petitions are bothering on acts of impropriety and unwholesome conduct not expected of a Priest. He was invited to attend to the serious allegations. He ran away,” Uzuegbu said.
On sexual misconduct and voodooism, he said: “Again, several petitions were written by well-meaning female organisations and lawyers. One of the petitions was written by the Law Zoomers, a firm of Legal Practitioners.
“Needless to say that he refused to make himself available to answer to the petitions. I shall snap the petition for your perusal and guidance on how laughable his complaints are.
“The man is accusing the office of the Bishop and his own wife and that is an indication that the Bishop or the Diocese is not his problem. We cannot join issues with him because he has a lot of problems already from his home front.”
The revelations by Uzuegbu (SAN), came on the heels of the allegations levelled against the Bishop on the Niger Anglican Communion, Bishop Owen Nwokolo and the Church by Eboh over Eboh’s marital shortcomings and seizure of his landed properties.
Eboh disclosed his resignation at a press conference in Awka, where he alleged that some malignant forces in the Church had prevailed on his wife to abandon him over unfounded allegations of marital infidelity and kept her wife at an undisclosed destination.
According to Eboh, his travails started when he bluntly refused to include Bishop Owen Nwokolo, as trustee in his Ministry and handing over of the landed property of the Adoration Ministry to him, adding that those were the main thing that sets him on collision course with Nwokolo.
He further accused Bishop Nwokolo of witch-hunt and land grabbing.
But media reports, had before now claimed that Eboh resigned his office as a Priest of the Anglican Communion over marital crisis with his wife.


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