Abstract：The Christ Embassy Church on Odili Road in Port Harcourt has been picketed by dozens of victims of MBA forex trading who claim three of the church's pastors robbed them of billions of naira.
The Christ Embassy Church on Odili Road in Port Harcourt has been picketed by dozens of victims of MBA forex trading who claim three of the church's pastors robbed them of billions of naira.
The demonstrators who felt wronged said they staged the demonstration on Sunday since the fraudsters were churchgoers and carried banners with various messages.
The protesters emphasized that the victims have experienced sorrow, pain, and hopelessness since 2020 when they realized they had been scammed, which has caused the early deaths of family members.
The group's leader, Christian Agadaga, said: “Well, as a leader of this movement, victims of MBA forex trading, we have gathered at Christ Embassy Church today to express our chagrin, our pains and misery, and our tragedies because of only one man, Maxwell, who robbed Nigerians to the tune of N213 billion,” the statement reads. Three people have just been proclaimed sought by the Economic and Finance Crimes Commission (EFCC), even though we have been attempting to recover from the shock for more than two years. These three people are, in our opinion, the pastors and employees of this church. We came here to express our disappointment to the church's leadership because we are very upset. We want to take use of this occasion to urge Pastor Chris Oyakhilome—a guy who does not tolerate evil—to report these of his pastors who are hiding to the EFCC right now.
“We are at our breaking point. Some of our coworkers have passed away due to this issue. Some of us were in hospitals; we are unable to face tomorrow. Because of this church, some people are without housing or employment. We are requesting that the money that these pastors have stolen be given back to the EFCC. We can no longer put up with this. This cannot go on like this. We must obtain our refund. ”We Nigerians cannot keep dying in silence any longer. Nigeria cannot continue to live in misery and perish due to deception committed by so-called men of God. We are at our breaking point. Money is currently needed.
Uzor Paul, the cluster of MBA victims' secretary, claimed that they protested peacefully at the church because they thought Chris Oyakhilome, the church's founder, would not support such a fraudulent conduct.
However, he requested the church's general overseer to launch an impartial inquiry to determine whether the demonstrators' claim was unfounded.
We do not believe that the pastor, who is a gentleman, would encourage this sort of behavior. Let him conduct his own independent research. Let him conduct his research to see whether what these individuals are claiming is true with humility and decency as the man of God that he is.
The majority of us made hundreds of millions in investments. We must not ignore this. In order to demonstrate that he is a respectable man of God, he should refund any money that was gathered in his church in the billions that were the result of deception. We must not ignore this. We arrived here for that reason. Since Maxwell is a member of the church and has a strong relationship with it, he exploited it as a front organization to scam the victims. He needs to give the investors their money back.
They demanded that the EFCC find the evading accused pastors and retrieve their “stolen” money within 21 days.
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