Report reaching the News desk of the Coastal Times Media has it that, a group of hoodlums led by one Mr Bibopre Ajube, popularly known as ‘SHOOT AT SIGHT’
invaded the palace of the head of the Cherubim and Seraphim Church Worldwide, Reverend Dr. Epistle Jemine, in Bolowou town, Ondo State.
The group invaded the palace of the King of Zion, on Wednesday the 24th June, 2020. Destroying properties worth millions of naira, as well as beating up the innocent wife of the head of the C&S church.
While carrying out their mission, the group attacked several aides and followers of the man of God in the palace. Leaving them injured, and whisked away over 18 followers of the king of Zion to an unknown destination.
Though, the reasons for the invasion is still undue thorough investigation as at the time of filling this report. And the destination of the abducted persons still unknown.
While making findings about the incident, a senior correspondent of Coastal Times Media placed a call through the Chief Security Officer of the Zion mission worldwide, Apostle Dr. Clement Tonfawei, who gave indebt details about the incident, confirming it.
Dr. Tonfawei told the Coastal Times Correspondent that, the reasons for the invasion of the palace of the king of Zion, beating up of his innocent wife and the abduction of over 18 of his followers is still unknown, and is a shock to him and many others who hear of it.
Apostle Clement stated that, he does not know what on earth would warrant Mr Ajube and his gang to carry out such inhuman, unlawful and criminal act on the most revered spiritual leader of the C&S Church worldwide.
The Chief Security Officer, also intimated the Coastal Times Media, on how the said Mr Ajube led a group of security men to the palace of the King of Zion, and arrested him not long ago. Which led to a rancour before it was resolved by the Nigerian Police.
CSO Clement described the act as criminal, and the abduction of the followers of the man of God as a capital offence. As such, charged the Nigerian Security agencies to address the issue accordingly, by bringing the perpetrators to book.
Apostle Clement therefore, called on the security agencies in the country, to wade into the issue without delay, and arrest Mr Bibopre Ajube and his gang. And as well move for the release of the abducted persons.
In his words:
“I Apostle (Dr) Clement Tonfawei, the Chief Security Officer of the Zion mission worldwide, want to use this medium to condemn in its entirety, the invasion of the palace of the king of Zion, beating up of his wife and the abduction of over 18 of his followers, by Mr Bibopre Ajube also known as ‘SHOOT AT SIGHT’ and his gang.
On Monday the 24th of June 2020. Mr Bibopre Ajube and his gang of hoodlums invaded the palace of the King of Zion, Reverend Dr. Epistle Jemine in Bolowou town. And destroyed properties worth millions of naira, also beat up the innocent wife of the man of God, and left several of his aides and followers badly injured.
Mr Ajube and his gang of hoodlums, after destroying several properties in the palace, also abducted over 18 followers of the king of Zion to a destination still unknown to us.
We are still amazed on why Mr Ajube, who is an Ex-militant general, who has handed over arms and pledged allegiance to the Federal government of Nigeria, to be of good conduct, and have accepting the Federal Amnesty, would still carryout such inhuman, unlawful and criminal act.
From the informations we have gathered, we are aware that majority of the abducted persons are been tortured severely, with different kinds of tools, by Ajube and his gang. Leaving them with severe injuries.
I am using this avenue to call on the Nigerian security agencies, to step into the issue immediately, and arrest Mr Bibopre Ajube and his gang. And also to free the abducted persons.
I therefore, urge the Nigerian security agencies to lay adequate emphasis on the issue. As the act perpetuated by Mr Ajube and his gang is inhuman and criminal. The ungodly act of Mr Ajube and his gang should be seen as a capital offence, as no Nigerian has the right to abduct another Nigerian under any circumstances”.