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Churches pay me 68 cedis to fake ‘miraculous healing’ – Woman confesses

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Madam Alimot, a middle-aged woman, has admitted to colluding with pastors to orchestrate fake miracles and deliverance sessions in churches to attract new members.

Madam Alimot was apprehended for her involvement in a fraudulent scheme that staged false miracles in a church situated in one of the South-Western states.

Taken into custody by the Oluyole Security Surveillance Team following reports of exploiting a teenage boy and issuing threats when he threatened to expose their activities.

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In an interview, the woman in her 50s disclosed her role in the deceitful practices, revealing how she recruited her tenant’s teenage nephew to feign deafness and then miraculously regain his hearing during a staged performance.

However, despite substantial cash donations received by the pastor, the teenager was only given N500 and warned by Alimot to remain silent about the deception.

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Alimot explained that after facing hardships due to accidents that led to the collapse of her business, she was introduced to the fraudulent church practices by someone in her community.

She confessed to participating in various acts of deceit, such as pretending to be a witch who had cursed her husband’s virility and spiritually afflicting her rival’s son with impotence.

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Alimot admitted to being paid ₦7,000 which is equivalent to (68 cedis) per performance, which included transportation expenses, leaving her with only ₦1,500 (14 cedis) to ₦2,000 (19 cedis) for her sustenance.

Despite her involvement in the fraudulent activities, she expressed remorse and vowed not to engage in such deceitful practices again.

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