Bishop Arrested Over Death Of Lover In A Sex Bout In Abia
The Nigeria Police Force has arrested a General Overseer of Agape Evangelical Ministries (City of Miracles) Located in Aba, Abia State, following the death of a married female Evangelist and mother of five identified as “Evangelist Happiness” during a sex bout in a hotel.
According to a reliable source, the incident happened around 11 pm on Saturday, 12th August 2023; the Bishop who booked the room with her absconded after deceiving the receptionist that he was going to buy food at that time of the night.
The manager of the Hotel, who suspected foul play, immediately reported to the Eastern Ngwa Police Station in Obingwa Local Government Area around 1 am on Sunday.
When officers of the Nigerian Police went to the Hotel, the woman was lying helplessly naked, foaming from her mouth and nose.
A further check on her handset Phone revealed that the woman and mother of Five Children is a member of the Agape Evangelical Ministries Incorporated, founded by Bishop Timothy Otu, and they have been having a romantic relationship and discussions via text messages, which were seen by the Police.
Investigations revealed that the woman died during the marathon sex with the Bishop.
The plain clothes Police Officers later traced the Bishop to his Church at Obikabia Junction, attended his Sunday Service and pretended to be new members waiting for Bishop Timothy Otu, who was busy preaching about repentance but was arrested immediately after his sermon.
Randy Bishop is currently being detained at the Eastern Ngwa Police Station Obingwa.
The late Evangelist Happiness and her husband were indigenes of Umuatakawom in Obingwa in Aba. Abia State.
The husband is said to be working in Bayelsa State and was away when the deceased sneaked out for her evil act and met an untimely end.©Standard Gazette, 2021. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this site’s publisher is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Standard Gazette with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.