No talk am for here – Church member begs pastor not to expose him for carrying prostitute (Video)

General Overseer of Liberation City, Pastor Chris Okafor, has been captured on tape having an interesting interaction with a member of his church.

The clergyman challenged the man to confess that he picked up a prostitute the previous night.

Pastor Okafor made the revelation after the church member apparently said he has doubts about the authenticity of prophecies and visions.

The man appealed to the cleric not to expose him in church by telling everyone what he does in secret. He asked him not to talk about his experience with a prostitute at that particualr place and time.

“You carried a prostitute last night,” Pastor Okafor said.

But the man responded; “No dey talk that wan for here”

Watch the video below:

Still on religious matters, the Plateau State Police Command recently arrested a pastor for allegedly setting on fire two cars and a bicycle belonging to other clerics whom he claimed hated him.

The State Police spokesperson, Alabo Alfred confirmed the arrest of the suspect, Albarka Bitrus, in a statement on Wednesday, January 11.

He said the pastor had on January 4, 2023, burnt a Mercedes Benz, a Toyota car and a bicycle, parked at ECWA Bishara 3, Jenta Apata, Jos, owned by his colleagues because they were ‘beefing’ him.

Alfred said Bitrus also confessed to organising his own kidnap and demanding ransom from members of his congregation.

The police PRO said that out of the three accomplices, two of them, Mailale and Bitrus, have been arrested, while effort was ongoing to arrest the third named, Aye.

The statement read; “The Plateau State Police Command has again uncovered the nefarious acts of one Pastor Albarka Bitrus Sukuya of Jenta Apata, Jos, who on several occasions staged his kidnap with his cohorts and received ransom from sympathising members of his congregation.

“Sequel to his spurious kidnaps of November 14, 2022, and November 30, 2022, when the sums of N400,000 and N200,000 were respectively paid by his sympathisers as ransom for his release, the incidents triggered suspicion.

“Through credible intelligence, the cleric was invited by the DPO, Nassarawa Gwong Police Station, CSP Musa Hassan, and investigation commenced immediately. In the course of investigation, it was established that the suspect had been conspiring with his gang to stage his kidnap and fraudulently collecting ransom. On interrogation, the suspect confessed to have committed the crime and mentioned the following persons as his accomplices: Baruk Mailale, Nathaniel Bitrus, and Aye (surname unknown).”