Metro Lady Apostle Helen Ukpabio Comes Under Fire in UK as Campaigners Call for Her Ban and Deportation


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Campaigners for rights in the United Kingdom have called on the government to ban the Nigerian Pentecostal preacher, Lady Apostle Helen Ukpabio from entering the country. The campaigners have asked for her immediate deportation on the grounds that her messages/preaching is ‘harmful to the public.’

Helen Ukpabio, the self-styled woman of God and ‘witch-hunter’ once said any child who cried is a ‘servant of Satan.’ The 45-year old founder of Liberty Foundation Gospel Ministries is reportedly currently in the UK, holding a number of church services which promote her belief in witchcraft and to offer help to those under ‘threat’ from wizardry.

The Mail of London, today, reported that the Witchcraft and Human Rights Information Network (WHRIN), the Bar Human Rights Committee of England and Wales and the International Humanist and Ethical Union (IHEU) have written to the Home Secretary in a bid to get Ms Ukpabio deported under Immigration Act 1971 – on the grounds that her continued existence on UK soil is not conducive for public good.

The campaigners warn in the letter to Ms Theresa May: ‘Whilst the Government has moved swiftly to block entry to the UK for Islamic preachers whose presence is considered as harmful to the public good, there have been no cases of Christian pastors facing such measures.’

PM news says: “A poster advertising one of Ms Ukpabio’s most recent talks – which was cancelled after the venue was leaked online – claims to offer help to people who are under ‘witchcraft attack, ancestral spirit attack or mermaid spirit attack’ and claims to help ‘disconnect’ them.”

The campaigners say Helen Ukpabio is dangerous especially to children, what with her talks that ‘if a child under the age of two screams in the night, cries and is always feverish with deteriorating health, he or she is a servant of Satan’.


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