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Tragedy: SEE what happened to Reverend Father caught in lover’s house

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A Reverend Father with a Catholic diocese in Anambra State (names withheld) has been reported to have suffered a serious injury after he was allegedly burnt by a cooking gas fire in a lover’s house at Allen Avenue, Awka, Anambra State.

Reports say the Reverend Father has been flown abroad for treatment. Though a source told our correspondent that the priest was flown abroad to cover traces.

The source, who pleaded anonymity, said the lover died in the inferno while the Reverend Father sustained high degree of burnt.

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It was gathered that the priest was relaxing in a one-room apartment of the alleged girlfriend (who was identified as a student of a university in the state) on the fateful day when the incident occurred.

“The girl died on the spot, but the priest was hurriedly smuggled away and we now hear that they have flown him abroad, apparently to cover traces. Are there no hospitals in Nigeria?

“I have told them to stop covering this story. What do they want to achieve by hiding this story? The truth should be said and shame the devil,” the source maintained.

Reverend Father caught in lover's house

The Reverend Father burnt in lover’s house in Awka

But another source, who would not want to be named, said, “The priest was involved in the gas fire accident trying to save a life. All these side talks are not unnecessary.”

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When Abuchi, Onwumelu, the Press Secretary to the Bishop of the Diocese, Most Reverend Paulinus Ezeokafor, was contacted on the telephone for reaction, he said he had heard about the gas fire incident involving a Reverend Father, but had no full facts of the story.

Onwumelu, who said he was in a function when our reporter called him, promised to get back to our correspondent, but he never did by the time of filing the report.

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Similarly, the state Police Public Relations Officer, Mr. Ali Okechukwu, said the matter had not been reported to his office.

He promised to reach the Divisional Police Officer of ‘B’ Division, where the incident allegedly occurred and get back to our correspondent, but he never did.

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