South African Pastor Calls Out Prof Ex, Ruth Mathew Over Alleged Missing Child

The story of a missing child at a Nigerian church has been characterized as emotional blackmail by South African pastor and television celebrity Jay Israel, who also claims that his colleague and friend of more than 15 years, Prof Ex, has been misleading the Nigerian public for his own gain.

Israel claims that his friend is an internet scammer rather than a pastor and that his colleague is being sponsored.

In a shocking viral video posted online, the social media “pastor” stressed that his friend is spreading lies by taking advantage of the public through deceitful campaigns.

Israel urged his friend to contact the police or the court if he had information about a child who was reported missing from the Christ Mercy Land Church in Warri. Israel claimed that his friend’s interest was not in the child’s safe return.

Ruth Matthew, a lady, claimed that Prophet Jeremiah Fufeyin, the founder of the organization, had abducted her child. The South African media personality has become more well-known since the development began.

Israel acknowledged in the video that he brought Ex to public attention, but he also pointed out that the general public was unaware of other aspects of the case involving the missing child.

According to him, the alleged missing child is only staged to gain popularity, adding that his colleague has no interest in finding any missing child but using public sympathy to extort Nigerians online.

Isreal also said an alleged arrest of his colleague, who said was under his care for over 15 years may only be staged.

Last week, the alleged mother of the missing child had provided indications that the baby may not be missing.

Speaking on the missing child, Israel said: “You will continue to connect the dots that will never connect simply because you are mixing the truth with lies. You will continue to mix the dots that will never come together simply because in your truth are lies. Come out and confess.”

Matthew had attracted sympathies and attention after alleging that her child went missing at the Christ MercyLand Church in Warri, adding that the owner of the church, Prophet Jeremiah Omoto Fufeyin had a hand in the matter.

While the case was investigated by the Nigerian Police and currently in court, a video made available to journalists yesterday showed Ruth Matthew confessing that she sold her baby and seeking for forgiveness.

While her children were also been interrogated and cross examined in the video, the claims about the prophet being involved in the matter were denied in the presence of her younger brother Mr Joshua Matthew.

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