Reverend King’s fate would be determined in Supreme Court today.

The destiny of Senior Pastor of the Christian Praying Assembly, Lagos, Rev. Chukwuemeka Ezeugo otherwise known as Reverend King, will be known today February 26th, as the Supreme Court would choose whether he ought to be hanged for homicide or spend a couple of more years in prison. Reverend King was charged to court by the Lagos state government on September 26th 2006 on a six-number charge of endeavored murder and murder of one of his individuals, Ann Uzoh on August second 2006. Equity Joseph Oyewole of the Lagos State High Court, Ikeja had on January eleventh 2007 sentenced him to death by hanging for the homicide of Ann Uzoh. The disputable minister drew nearer the Lagos state Court of Appeal yet his allure was tossed out and the High courts decision maintained. Disappointed with the Court of Appeals decision, Reverend King drew closer the Supreme court, requesting the decision to be upturned. The Apex court is relied upon to give its controlling at the beginning of today.

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