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Update On Three Corpses Found At A Pastor’s Residence In Abia. Photos

The corpses of a popular Umuahia-based pastor of Wind of Glory Church, situated at Ohokobe Ndume in Abia state, that of his assistant as well as a former woman leader of the church was on Friday discovered at the pastor’s residence at Umuobia Olokoro Housing Estate.
The residents of the estate in Umuahia South Local Government Area, were therefore thrown into confusion as decomposed bodies of the two pastors and the woman (believed to be the pastor’s girlfriend) were discovered.
The pastor has been identified as Blessed Kelechi Iwuanyanwu from Mbano in Imo State, while the Assistant pastor is Ambassador Kalu Ikeagwu from Arochukwu.
According to reports, there were indications that his properties, including his car were carted away by their killers.
The woman leader of the church, Ruth Andrew, who was alleged to be a divorcee with three children – is said to own a school in Umuahia.
Some of the relatives and church members who were at the scene of the crime said the suspected murderers must have carried out the act last Sunday morning as the two pastors were not in church that Sunday till Friday evening when they visited the house and saw the dead bodies already decomposing.
The Deputy Commissioner of Police in charge of the State CID, Patrick Edung who led officers to the the scene to evacuate the bodies, said the police has commenced investigation in the matter as they cordoned off the building.
The decomposed bodies have since been deposited in a mortuary.
Report has it the woman’s alleged ex-husband is living abroad and is believed to come from Akoli Imenyi in Bende LGA of the state.
“The woman Ruth Andrew is the owner of the school opposite Apples Fast Food at Ojike Street (Noble Stars Academy). The pastor wants to remarry her”, a source said.
The church was formerly at Ihie Ndume hall before being moved to Ohokobe Ndume, all in Ibeku, Umuahia North.
Credit: Duke Ako Atulomah

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