By Nosa Akenzua
A house wife, Mrs. Rose Nwankwor, on Tuesday, confessed turned her husband into maid through charms which she laced his meals with. Nwankwor spoke in Asaba at a church – Prophetic Church, King’s Chapel International Prayer Ministry – adding that the charms cost him N15,000
In what appeared to be mild drama, the church prophet hit Mrs. Nwankwor on the head, leading to her sudden outburst of confession to how she had been using her husband as house maid. Her confession jolted the congregation into an uproar that lasted several minutes.
Shouting aloud, the 34-year-old house wife said “I married my husband six years ago. He had no respect for me as a wife at all and I told one of my friends who then introduced me to a native doctor in Uromi in Edo state. For a fee of N15,000, he prepared charms in powdery form for me and instructed me to put it into his meals which I did. A few days later, I found my husband doing whatever I asked him to do.
He washes plates in the house, my pants and begs to have sex with me before I will accept him. I have been enjoying all these in the past six years until the bubble burst”.
She disclosed that the charms were prepared with her pants and pubic hair which she took to the native doctor in Uromi, adding she was strictly warned by the native doctor not to make love to her husband for six days upon which the charms should be applied to the man’s meals.
Regretting her actions, the house wife, crying profusely, said:” I have been having sleepless nights before my deliverance now. Most times, my husband will be begging and I will shout at him to sit down. If I asked for N50,000 he ran fast to give me.
I was enjoying everything from him but I didn’t go to church until things started changing and a friend brought me to this church. I am very sorry for all I have done to my husband. I don’t know what was wrong with me. It is very unfortunate. I need help please”.
Expectedly, King’s Chapel International Prayer Ministry, in the last five years, has been a Mecca of sorts for salvation seekers, including deliverance centre for alleged bewitched persons and those troubled by idols. The church had also become something of a rival place of worship to the Synagogue Church of all Nations in Lagos founded by Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua.
Speaking to newsmen, the founder of the church, Prophet Godfrey Irehbude said “the husband of the woman was brought to the church looking very weak by his mother and when I was conducting deliverance for him, the Lord told me his problem was caused by his wife and I requested the presence of the wife. I laid hands on her and she started manifesting and confessed to her crime, including how she turned her husband into a house help for six long years.
The woman has been delivered now and she is free from the evil she committed” and warned against the use of charms as means for strong love in matrimonial homes.
An eyewitness, Mary Eroghor, said Mrs. Nwankwor hails from Aniocha South local government area of Delta state and a petty trader at the Asaba Ogbeogonogo popular market, adding that her deliverance and confession shocked the crowd of people in the church.