A Nigerian man, Bright Ben has exposed a pastor on Facebook; accusing him of snatching his wife of 12 years.
According to Ben, his wife named Tina now lives with the pastor identified as Moses Adeeyo who is the General Overseer of the World Bank Assembly in Eneka, Rivers state.
The Facebook post reads, “ADULTERY… As shameful as it sounds, it is a true-life story. MY PASTOR MARRIED MY WIFE. I’ve been married to Mrs Tina Bright for over 12years with 2kids, a girl and a boy. I married her traditionally and white wedding; and took her to introduce me to my Pastor Moses Adeeyo.
“The General Overseer of World Bank Assembly in Eneka, Obio/Akpor LGA Rivers State. We started attending the church and became full financial members. My wife was given an immediate appointment 7months ago; she moved out of the house with our 2kids before I got back from work.
“I searched everywhere and called everyone even the G.O. unknown to me that he was the architect of my problems. After some time he stopped picking my calls and blocked my phone line. I’ve been looking for her until I saw these pictures yesterday online.
“He claimed that the Holy Spirit told him that she is his wife. Is the Holy Spirit and author of confusion.? My wife of 12yrs is now his. Pls Couples be careful in the World Bank Assembly to be careful of Pst MOSES ADEEYO.”
Meanwhile, the United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF) has revealed that Nigeria has more than 50 percent of births of children under the age of five unregistered.
This was a development that has accounted for 11 percent of unregistered children in West Africa; according to the disclosure by the organisation on Tuesday, August 10.
This was contained in a press statement by UNICEF Nigeria Country Representative, Peter Hawkins.
UNICEF said that globally, the births of 166 million children under 5 have never been recorded; also adding children on the African continent have the lowest birth registration rate in the world; with only 44 per cent of children registered at birth while millions of deaths go uncounted each year.
“As Nigeria joins the rest of the World in commemorating Civil Registration and Vital Statistics Day today; it is addressing structural, normative, as well as operational challenges to birth registration.”