Nigerian Pastor And His Sister Steals 8-month-old Baby In Lagos

Nigerian Pastor And His Sister Steals 8-month-old Baby In Lagos

A Nigerian pastor and his sister have been arrested for conniving to steal an 8-months-old baby in Lagos state.

The Police on Friday arraigned the Pastor, Stanley Maduka, 40 and his sister, Glory Uma, 50 in an Ikeja magistrates’ court for conniving to steal an 8-months-old baby boy.

Maduka was charged with two counts of conspiracy and child theft while his sister Uma was charged with receiving a stolen baby of which they pleaded not guilty to the charges.

According to the Prosecution Counsel, ASP Emuerhi Benson, they committed the offence on Oct.18, at Iyana Ishashi Bus Stop, Magboro area of Lagos.

The pastor attached to Encounter with God Ministries,Toll gate Bus stop, Off Badagry Expressway was said to have conspired with his sister and bought an 8-month-old baby boy suspected stolen.

He alleged that Maduka said that he met with one Mrs Chimecherem, who is at large and claimed to be a victim of domestic violence who needed to raise some money, NAN reports.

Maduka then agreed with her to sell the baby for N250, 000 and contacted his sister, Uma who has been married for 16 years without a child and told her about the arrangement.

They paid N235, 000 to Chimecherem, who claimed to be the baby’s mother. She told them that she had three other children and couldn’t take care of the baby

The prosecutor said that on Oct. 27 at Marogbo area in Lagos, based on information received by the operatives of State Intelligence Bureau(BIS), the defendants were arrested with the baby. He said the biological parents of the baby are yet to be identified.

The prosecutor also said that the baby had been taken to a Juvenile welfare centre in Alakara, Mushin for protective custody.

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  1. God have what kind of wicked people are these disguising themselves under the umbrella of a pastor….do they think that God is fool?

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