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Multiple Men Gather at a Radio Station to Accuse Famous Nigerian Pastor of “Snatching” Their Wives, Sisters, and Mothers

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A group of men have gathered at a radio station in Abuja to accuse Nigerian Pastor Harrison Anazodo Charles of Day Spring Assembly of “snatching” their wives, sisters, and mothers.

The aggrieved men visited Brekete Family Radio studio to lay their complaint.

They accused the pastor of “stealing” over 50 married women from their husbands and offering accommodation to the married women.

Some of the men claim their wives took their children while going to be with the pastor and their children are now suffering abuse.

Other social media users who know the pastor of the church situated at an avenue by Orifite street Awada, Obosi, Anambra State, claim the story of him taking men’s wives is not new to those in the area.

One Twitter user wrote: “It’s true i know some of this gentlemen. That’s the church my mother attends that broke our family it’s unfortunate my father is late he would have love to them in this protest.”

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Multiple men gather at radio station to accuse popular pastor of "snatching" their wives, sisters, and mothers

Multiple men gather at radio station to accuse popular pastor of "snatching" their wives, sisters, and mothers

Multiple men gather at radio station to accuse popular pastor of "snatching" their wives, sisters, and mothers

Multiple men gather at radio station to accuse popular pastor of "snatching" their wives, sisters, and mothers

Multiple men gather at radio station to accuse popular pastor of "snatching" their wives, sisters, and mothers

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