A 26-year old self-acclaimed Islamic scholar, Alfa Babatunde Samuel has been arrested for defrauding a woman to the tune N500,000 and engaging her in ‘sex deliverance’ that was to last for one month in Lagos. The incident happened at Jofolo Street in Iyana Ipaja area of Abule-Oke where the suspect took the victim for the sex deliverance.
P.M.EXPRESS reports that the deliverance started but did not last for the one month Samuel had planned after the Police at Area M Command, Idimu busted the plan and arrested Samuel.
Ondo State-born Samuel who informed the police that he was into the selling of films before he changed and became Alfa, gave the victim a prophecy that put fear into her.
According to the victim, Samuel met her and informed her that she will soon die and therefore needed deliverance to cast out the spirit of
death from her life. It was gathered that Samuel told the victim things related to her and her family and she asked for the solution to avert those calamities.
P.M.EXPRESS scooped that it was then that Samuel took her to the place where he gave her the conditions which involved paying the said amount of money, buying a goat and sexual intercourse with him that will continue for one month before she will be totally delivered.
It was gathered that the victim collected the whole money from her sister and fulfilled other requests from Samuel including the sex romp in the form of deliverance.
However, the whole thing got exposed after Samuel continued to make demands of money and sex from her. She then confided in her sister what she was going through and how she gave Samuel the money she collected from the sister.
The matter was reported to the police; Samuel was trailed, arrested and taken to the Area M Command, Idimu.
Police sources said that during interrogation, Samuel accepted that he was Alfa but he gave the victim a false prophecy to obtain money from her and had carnal knowledge of her which he had expected to last forat least One month.
He was charged before Ejigbo Magistrates court for the alleged offences. He pleaded not guilty.
The Presiding Magistrate, Mrs. J.O.E. Adeyemi Ajayi granted Samuel bail in the sum of N100,000 with two sureties in like sum.
The prosecutor, Supol Kenneth Asibor did not object to his bail condition.
The court also ordered that surety must deposit another N100,000 into Court Registrar’s account as one of the conditions for his bail.
Samuel was remanded in prison custody pending when he will perfect his bail condition.
The matter was adjourned till 26 March, 2018