An Anambra State-based pastor, [b]Ejike Nwachukwu[/b], has reportedly rejected ₦4million and a SUV which were offered to him by two suspected Internet fraudsters in exchange for prayers.
According to a report by Punch, the suspected fraudsters had met Pastor Ejike Nwachukwu in his office to pray for the success of a deal they were to engage in.
When the pastor, a lawyer, studied them, he had to ask them of their source of income.
The Pastor revealed,
"Two young men came to my office the other day with ₦2m cash.
"They said it was seed offering and that they had a business they were looking forward to God to bless soon and that the money was seed offering.
"I looked at the two young boys with ₦2m. I asked them what business they were expecting and they said it was a deal and that they would bring more money to me once the deal paid off. They promised to buy me a SUV.
"I prayed and the Lord revealed to me that it was Internet fraud and I told them so and they confirmed it was true.
"I walked them out of my office, but one returned with an extra ₦2m in the hope that if the money was much, I would accept it, but I sent them out."
The clergyman described those who indulged in Internet fraud as worse than armed robbers.