As confusion continues to trail the bizarre video trending online, which allegedly linked the name of two-timeCommissioner for Environment in Rivers State, Professor Roseline Konya to a witchcraft association, a member of the Methodist Church of Nigeria, Port Harcourt Diocese, Ms Beauty Gbafah has gone on the internet to present what she said were ‘raw facts’ aimed at dissociating the referred professor from the ugly narratives emanating from the viral video.
According to her, the apparently nude woman who was shown on the video surrounded by interrogators, was mentally unstable and known to her.
“Prof. R. S. Konya is a known woman sold out for Christ. Her Christian track record is known by as many as knows her even among the politicians she stands out as a woman of God, with deep routed passion for God.
“She is a no-go area when it comes to anything fetish and diabolical. The woman in the video is also known to me. She was a member of my church before she got married at the age of 51 years over ten years ago.
“The woman is presently mentally deranged and has been on psychiatric medication and got mission from where she was kept. The 11 members you heard her say in the above video are all her siblings and some are late”, she said while urging members of the public to be ‘watchful and careful in swallowing things hook, line and sinker’, as, according to her, the devil is all out to get God’s children through all means even using blackmail.
In the same vein, the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) has described the video as an ‘unfortunate and wicked works of crooked men and women’.
In a press release signed by the Chairman of CAN in Khana Local Government Area, Bishop Joshua K. Nwiue, the body likened the development as the same wickedness perpetrated by those he called ‘anti-destiny manipulators’ against the Apostles of Jesus Christ.
The body noted that Prof. Konya had been a member of the Christian Union (now Scripture Union) and life member of the Full Gospel Businessmen Fellowship with her late husband who was an outstanding member of the Methodist Church of Nigeria, especially in Ogoni.
“The character of Dame Konya cannot be assassinated anyhow by any group or bodies for their selfish interest”, said the CAN Chairman, warning those behind the despicable act to desist from it.
The statement affirmed that based on her Christian reputation, Konya could not be associated with the evil video.
“It is a calculated effort by the enemies of Ogoni to cast aspersion on the meaningful life of an arch supporter of development in the land”, said the CAN Chairman.