Lusaka Gives Nigerian pastor two days to leave country

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Government immigration agency in Lusaka has decided not to renew the employment permit of Pastor Augustine Oso Ebosele of Omega Fire Ministries in Lusaka. This is due to the conduct of Pastor EBOSELE which has divided the OMEGA Fire Ministries into two parties.

Chief Government Spokesperson Kampamba Mulenga has announced this in Lusaka. She says it seems that the Pastor’s continued stay in Lusaka, can contribute to the acrimony in Omega Fire Ministries could result into the breakdown and law and order.

According to her, “Pastor Obesele was given 48 hours to leave the country, in accordance with the Immigration and Deportation Act number 18 of 2010. Ms Mulenga also said contrary to speculations, the Government has not closed Omega Fire Ministries and is not against Nigerian Pastors.

“Omega Fire Ministries Headquarters in Nigeria is free to send a senior pastor to come and help reconcile the membership in Lusaka,” she said.

Ms Mulenga has called on Omega Fire Ministries members to avoid speculation and remain calm as matters are being dealt with within the Church membership.