By Gideon Adonai
A Kogi State Pastor has gone viral as his ministry begins to sell bulletproof water to members of his church in a viral video.
Graphic details obtained by AF24NEWS show a crowd of supposed worshippers thronging for what looked like water as he poured it out for them in containers
Security agencies have been urged by the Chairman of Okene Local Government Area of Kogi State, Engr. Abdulrazaq Muhammad, to investigate the founder of New Jerusalem Deliverance Ministry, Pastor Peter Michonza.
Following calls on the state government, the Christian Association of Nigeria, and the Nigerian Medical Association to checkmate the activities of the pastor after the video of him selling “bulletproof water” went viral.
The Chairman, in a statement, noted that the directive for investigation became necessary “after some of his alleged ungodly activities were published on social media by concerned members of the public.”
While appreciating the public for blowing the whistle and exposing the alleged atrocities of Mr Peter in the name of church activities, Muhammad promised that details of the investigation would be made public in due course.
Prophet sells water alleged to be bulletproof to residents in Kogi State. pic.twitter.com/r7unfpLRFl
— The Voice Of Port Harcourt (@TheVoiceOfPHC) September 19, 2022
Pastor Peter Michonza went viral on social media over allegations of running Labour wards for pregnant women in his Church and selling “bulletproof” water to the people, amongst other medically unacceptable practices that have led to many deaths.
Meet Okene Pastor, Peter Michonza Allegedly Selling "Bulletproof Water" To His Church Members
Sometimes last week he organise a 'free R.kelly' roadshow..🤦
Funny enough most of this people may not even know who is Rkelly.. Jst follow as you were told..hmm pic.twitter.com/Zj3ejnK3GE
— Abu Bakr (@Northorious) September 18, 2022
Michonza had earlier, in a protest rally with his members in Okene, called for the release of International Musician, R.Kelly who was recently jailed over child pornography and rape allegations.