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Terrorist: APC Chieftain Reacts As Abuja Pastor Storms Church With AK-47 Rifle




Terrorist: APC Chieftain Reacts As Abuja Pastor Storms Church With AK-47 Riffle
Adamu Garba and Pastor Uche Aigbe

A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Adamu Garba, has reacted to the trending photos of an Abuja Pastor who mounted his Church altar on Sunday bearing an AK-47 rifle on him.

Naija News reported earlier that the presiding pastor of the Abuja chapter of the House on the Rock, Pastor Uche Aigbe, caused a stir yesterday when he appeared in the church carrying a gun.

It was gathered that the incident happened during the second service of the church, which frequently has a high turnout of the congregation who come from different parts of the Federal Capital Territory.

Reacting, to the development, which has generated mixed reactions, Adamu Garba, via his Twitter handle, wondered what motivated the cleric to act in that direction.

The former presidential aspirant described Pastor Aigbe’s action as terrorism on the alter, charging security agencies to act swiftly.

“Terrorism at the alter! You wonder what his motivation is other pure terrorist action. Security agencies need to act quickly,” the APC chieftain tweeted.

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Meanwhile, Pastor Aigbe, who had unsettled his congregation after mounting the pulpit on Sunday, reportedly said some people are looking for his trouble and that he had come prepared for them.

“Some people are looking for my trouble. And I came here prepared.

“Today, there are some pastors with gift of divination who go about ripping people. This is why we should carry our ‘guns’ and defend ourselves. I will particularly be coming very soon for some of you sleeping in the church,” the cleric reportedly said as he made attempt to open his Bible to begin preaching.

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Naija News reports that his response threw the entire gathering into laughter as he continued preaching on “Guarding your hearts from false teachers” and “faith without work is dead.”