The police have invited the pastor who requested his followers to pay $5,600 to enter paradise to explain himself.

The Nigerian police have launched an inquiry into allegations that a Nigerian pastor encouraged his naïve congregation to part with N310,000 ($5,600) in order to prepare for the end of the world. 

As a result, police in Ekiti have summoned the preacher, Nuah Abraham, for questioning. 

According to the police investigation, the so-called pastor who runs the Christ High Commission Ministry encouraged members to relocate to a camp in Araromi-Ugbesi in Omuo-Oke-Ekiti to "prepare for the end of the world." 

Sunday Abutu, the state's police spokesperson, said the pastor had relocated from Kaduna, where his church is known as Royal Christ Assembly. Mr. Abutu explained that the invitation is to provide the preacher the opportunity to explain himself. 

One of Mr. Abraham's church members verified to journalists that the pastor moved to Ekiti from his previous stronghold in Kaduna State in 2021. 

"He later went to Kaduna State in April to demand N310,000 from each member of his church before allowing them to accompany him to Araromi-Ugbesi in Omuo-Oke-Ekiti in Ekiti East," the faithful stated. 

The pastor has informed them that the money will expedite their arrival into heaven, according to the member who wished to remain anonymous.

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