Prophet Anthony Nwoko killed in Enugu

By AdvocateNews on 20/04/2019

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Prophet Nwoko
Prophet Nwoko

An Enugu based Prophet, Anthony Nwoko has been murdered by unknown persons.

Nwoko, who hails from Abia state was found dead in his flat at No 18 Ezebinugwu Street Ugbene 11, Enugu in the early hours of Tuesday, April 16, 2019. 

One of the residents who pleaded anonymity, said the door to Prophet Nwoko’s flat was open Monday (April 15) night while he was going to sleep.

The tenant who owns a shop in the building said; “usually I am the last person to go in. It was unusual that his door was open but I didn’t suspect anything, so I went to sleep.

“We however became suspicious in the morning when we found out that the door was still open. We decided to check on him and found his lifeless body on the floor.”

Prophet Nwoko lives alone in his flat and was not married.
He returned from the United States of America more than 20 years ago for the fulfillment of his prophecy.

He claimed to be a ‘messiah’ sent to liberate Nigeria and Igbo’s in particular and believes so much in the Republic of Biafra.

In the course of his very many press conferences Nwoko disclosed that he abandoned his family for over 27 years because of his calling to liberate his people.

He has not visited his family since his return and had lost contact with them.

Before he was killed, it was learnt that Nwoko had complained that some unknown persons were threatening his life through telephone calls but it could not be ascertained if he reported the threat to law enforcement agents.

Posted 20/04/2019 03:24:15 AM


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