Nigerian judge storms Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), slaps pastor over "noise pollution'"
A mild commotion took place at a parish of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) located at Ijapo Estate in Akure, Ondo State, Nigeria, when Justice Oyebisi Folayemi Omoleye, a presiding judge of the Court of Appeal, was said to have stormed the church and confronted its pastors for the noisy religious activities happening at the assembly.
According to an eye witness, the judge stormed the church's building and began to film the congregation's activities. The undisclosed source said Justice Omoleye had always been known to be angry and irritant about the noise from the church during its religious activities.
It was gathered that the female judge invaded the RCCG parish with a stick in her hands. She came in the company of her security guard. Some people alleged that she assaulted a few of its worshipers on Wednesday. Some of the people allegedly attacked include Felix Solomon who is a pastor in the parish, Felicia Akindurojoye, an assistant pastor, and some others. According to SaharaReporters, the incident happened during the church's weekly programme called the Divine Encounter.