Friday, 29 April 2016

– A pastor, Moses Abiodun, who is the co- founder of the CAC Dagunro has been arrested for burying cow head in the church


– A pastor, Moses Abiodun,


 who is the co-
founder of the CAC Dagunro has been
arrested by men of the NSCDC on the
suspicion of burying fetish items inside his
church in Ikota ,Ifedore




– NSCDC officials have visited Abiodun’s
church where some fetish items were
exhumed, prompting the arrest of the cleric
– The cleric is currently in the custody of
the NSCDC pending investigation into the
matter
A pastor of the Christ Apostolic Church
(CAC) identified as Moses Abiodun has been
arrested by the Ondo state command of the
Nigeria Security and Civil Defence
Corps (NSCDC) for burying something
suspected to be human head inside his
church.
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NSCDC officials swooped on the 34-year-old
suspect on Wednesday, April 27, following a
tip-off that the cleric had buried some fetish
items inside his church located at Ikota in
Ifedore local government area of the state.
According to the Punch, the state
commandant of the NSCDC, Mr. Fasiu
Adeyinka told journalists on Thursday, April
28, that the suspect was the founder of the
C.A.C ‘Dagunro’ and he was suspected to
have buried something suspected to be
human head inside his church.
He said his men had visited Abiodun’s
church where some fetish items were
exhumed, prompting the arrest of the cleric.



Adeyinka said: “ He was asked to dig some
spots inside the church where various items
such as cow head, pigeon head tied with
colanut, big clay pot wrapped with white
clothes and other numerous fetish items and
charms were exhumed from the ground both at
the entrance and inside the church.”
The NSCDC boss said his command had
begun investigation on the matter while the
pastor was still in the NSCDC’s custody.
In another development, Governor Nasir El-
Rufai of Kaduna state has dismissed fears
that the preaching bill he sent to the House
of Assembly was meant to ban evangelism.
According to the Nation, the governor in a
message through his spokesman, Samuel
Aruwan, at a religious bill round-table
organised by a non-government organisation,
Carefronting Nigeria, in Kaduna on April 19,
said the need to secure life and property
was the driving force behind it