Prophet in trouble for falsely accusing landlord

A Prophet, David (surname withheld), of Presence Redemption Ministries, has been accused of allegedly giving false information about his landlord to the police.

The Prophet was alleged to have, on November 4, 2015, given false information against his landlord, one Joseph Agaga.

The Police further alleged that the Prophet had falsely informed the police that his landlord wanted to forcefully take over the parcel of land where his  church was located from him, an allegation which led to the arrest and detention of the landlord.

However, the police, upon conclusion of the investigation, found out that the land belonged to the landlord, and consequently arrested the Prophet and charged him before an Ebute Metta Magistrate court for conduct likely to cause breach of public peace.

The Prophet, however denied the allegations levelled against him.

The presiding Magistrate, Mrs Helen Omisore, granted bail to him in the sum of N200,000. 00, with one surety.

The matter has been adjourned till September 14, for mention.