N6bn bribe: Amaechi mocking spiritual leaders, PFN says

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National Vice-President of the South-South chapter of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria, Dr. Simeon Okah, has described as a mockery on spiritual leaders the allegation by Rivers State Governor Rotimi Amaechi that the Christians Association of Nigeria collected N6bn bribe from the Presidency.

Okah asked Amaechi and others who have joined him in making the allegation to stop lest they incurred the wrath of God.

He spoke in Calabar, the Cross River State capital, on Sunday during the inauguration of the state chapter executive of PFN.

He said it was not true that the leadership of CAN collected N6bn to support President Goodluck Jonathan’s re-election bid as alleged.

Okah said, “When I read the report, I called Dr. Okoye, who is the Aso Rock Pastor when Obasanjo was President, to find out the veracity of the newspaper reports and he said it was not true.

“I call on those making such allegations to prove their case or repent before they incur the wrath of God on themselves”.

He said Amaechi as a Christian should know the implication of such allegation on spiritual leaders.

“If Amaechi is a Christian that he claims to be, he knows the implication of making such allegation against people who are his spiritual leaders. This issue is beyond politics and I thought that Amaechi, who is a Christian, knows the implication of making such allegation and I call on him to name the people the money was given to or shut up,” he said.

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