Abuja Pastor Allegedly Evicts Estranged Wife and Six Children

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In a deeply troubling incident, Stanley Ogbonna, a prominent pastor and General Overseer of God’s Spring Assembly, also known as Glass Church in Kubwa, Abuja, has reportedly evicted his estranged wife, Chioma, and their six children from their home.

The eviction follows a turbulent relationship between the couple that culminated in divorce. Ogbonna has been accused of deceitfully claiming in court that he had sold his properties to prevent his estranged wife from receiving a share of his assets.

A viral video circulating on social media on Tuesday features Chioma accusing Ogbonna of infidelity and domestic abuse. In the video, she emotionally recounts her struggles over their 18 to 19-year marriage and alleges that Ogbonna had been involved with multiple women while neglecting his family responsibilities.

“See him, God will help me. This is a pastor. Look at him. This is Pastor Stanley Ogbonna. He called the police and evicted me and the children out of the house,” Chioma states in the video, highlighting the gravity of the situation.

Chioma’s account has drawn widespread attention and condemnation, with many expressing outrage over the pastor’s alleged actions. The video depicts a distraught Chioma detailing how Ogbonna had removed his belongings from their home, leaving her and the children without shelter.

The case underscores the challenges faced by women in similar situations and raises questions about accountability and support for victims of domestic abuse and financial manipulation. As the story unfolds, it is expected to prompt discussions on the responsibilities of religious leaders and the protections available for vulnerable family members.

Authorities are urged to investigate the allegations thoroughly to ensure justice for Chioma and her children, and to uphold the integrity of the judicial process in family disputes.

This incident not only highlights the personal tragedy experienced by Chioma and her children but also serves as a stark reminder of the need for stronger protections and support systems for those affected by domestic strife.


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