Miracle Merchant Nabbed in Calabar

Miracle Merchant Nabbed in Calabar

The presiding minister of the Word Based Prophetic & Deliverance Ministries, Prophet, Rev Paul Abam, has been arrested and paraded for burying charms in people’s houses in his attempts to lure them into seeking deliverance from him. Prophet Abam, whose church is also referred to as City of Deliverance, confessed to the crime while being paraded by locals around Itigidi.
Prophet Abam allegedly confessed that he has been in the business for quite a long time, revealed that after burying the charms, victims are almost always, compelled to come to him for for liberation following which he would go back and dig out the charms he buried earlier.
2n-Network gathered that Rev Abam has indeed been defrauding the people while selling deliverance oil that sometimes cost eight hundred thousand Naira, was caught red handed while planting a pot of charms at the factory of an indigene of Itigidi. Luck however ran out on his when vigilant locals caught him while on it.
“Rev Dr Paul Abam has been deceiving people in the guise of being a rea man of God. Now we’ve found out he is fetish and fake,” an eye witness said.
Meanwhile, news of his arrest and parade is unearthing more revelations as a number of Rev Abam’s victims are coming out with tales of their encounter with him.
“He goes around with his men of God, who are like his foot soldiers that gathered the information for him on how to lure the victims. Then they bury charms on peoples’ property and make them believe they are charms from perceived enemies. If the people are gullible, they fall for his trick. He has sold olive oil and other items for as high as N3000 and he would have sold nothing less than 250,000 bottles. The latest one was when he was caught burying charms at the factory of one of our sons in Itigidi, they hatched a plan to lure him and milk him off, unfortunately, they were seen planting the charms.”
“When they were caught we had to parade him in our traditional way so that our people will see and know who is behind their challenges because a lot of people have fallen victim,” he said. When he plants charms people pay N55,000 to clear the charms, there was a principal he sold oil to for N800,000 and more people who heard about the incident from other communities are speaking out,” the eyewitness said.

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