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Pastor Shot Dead In Port Harcourt Days Before Child’s Dedication

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– Pastor shot dead in Port HarcourtA Port Harcourt based pastor has been killed by unknown gunmen at his home.

Prophet ThankGod Abam Ubi, popularly known as The Commander and as Onowu 1, was shot dead by suspected assassins who invaded his home in the late hours of Thursday night

Prophet Abam, who is the General Overseer of the Intercessory Prayer Ministry, recently welcomed a baby and was to dedicate him on Sunday, August 5,  2018.

Church members and loved ones have taken to Facebook to mourn the spiritual leader.

Paying tribute, a prodigy Samuel Oyibo told of the life deceased pastor, on Facebook:

“I needed to take a decision in March 2010 and you said No, don’t do it that when I get money such things will not exist, then in September 2010 you came to dedicate my son Rhema.

You inspired me, you are so friendly and jovial, your genuineness is out of this world, you may not be perfect but know one should take judgement to his hand to the point of taking a life.

Whoever doesn’t like you should not exist because you want good things for everyone around you, you are a lion and a warrior, your legacy will keep speaking.

With pain and tears I wrote this to say bye bye to you as you go to life beyond and rest in perfect peace, we will surely miss you prophet Dr ThankGod Abam Ubi .

When my son saw me in sad mood this morning, I showed him your picture and that you dedicated him, he said ” oooh chai” and I could see his emotion changed and I as write he is not happy yet. Tight scheduled for the kingdom kept us at distance but I love you,” he wrote.

Prophet ThankGod Abam Ubi is survived by wife and four children, which the dedication of the last is in few days time.

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