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See Reasons why Believer's Loveworld Church, Sued Akwa Ibom State Government.

GladHerbert 06/25/2020

Believer’s Loveworld Church also known as Christ Embassy Uyo zonal headquarters has organized a legal process at a Federal High Court in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State.

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This legal action is up against the Akwa Ibom State government over arrest and detention of one of the Pastors in Christ Embassy Pastor Emmanuel Effiong, a videographer, who was accused of attack on Covid 19 surveillance group.

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The cold association between the church and the government became complex on Sunday when the COVID-19 surveillance team arrived at the church arrested and accused the Pastor for breaking protocols of Covid 19.

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The State Chairman, Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Rev. Ndueso Ekwere showed displease in this case and follows the suit and the surveillance guiding Committee Chairman Mr. Enobong Uwah remains that the Pastor should be detained.

The church had denied claims that its members overlooked Covid 19 protocols as well as refuses the allegations concerning beating up the surveillance team of Covid 19.

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A statement by Pastor Kelvin Atang states government of acting based on falsehood, saying it was the team who manhandled their videographer.

The church says its pastor and videographer put into police custody is an infringement to their fundamental human rights of freedom of fair hearing by the government.


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Top Comments
Medical19 · 5d
hmm
Akinadejosephdamilare · 6d
disobedient
James5611 · 06/27/2020
hmmm
+234-802441**** · 06/25/2020
Is this a case of overzealousness or outright falsehood? Hmmmm!

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