In this Bishop Felix Okpara Biography, we expose everything about the Mercy House Church Founder; wife,age ,birthday, sex scandal and jail
Bishop Felix Okpara Duruebube trended online after an alleged audio conversation between him and a 16-year-old girl was shared online.
Bishop Felix Okpara Duruebube was arraigned on a Two-count charge by the State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department (SCIID)
Who is Bishop Felix Okpara Duruebube?
Bishop Felix Okpara is the founder of Mercy House Church, located at NO.6 Judge Line Avenue off east-west Road Port-Harcourt, Rivers state went viral after an alleged audio conversation between him and a sixteen-year-old girl was shared online.
Bishop Felix Okpara’s Marriage
Bishop Felix Okpara is married to Mrs Clara Peters Okpara Duruebube.
Bishop Felix Okpara Age
The Mercy House church founder was born on November 7, 1987, and he is 36 years old (as of 2023)
Bishop Felix Okpara Duruebube Birthday
Bishop Felix Okpara Celebrates his birthday every November 7. He celebrated his 41st birthday on November 7, 2022.
Bishop Okpara Felix Chidren
It is believed that Bishop Felix Okpara Duruebube together with his wife Clara Peters Duruebube has beautiful kids together
Bishop Felix Okpara Sex Scandal and Controversy and Jail
Bishop Felix Okpara was accused of sexual abuse and defiling after a leaked and disturbing pastor phone conversation between him and an alleged 16-year-old went viral on social media.
From the phone conversation, Bishop Felix was telling the young girl not to tell anyone about their affair. He was accused of forcing the minor to take an oath never to sleep with another man to tell anyone about their affair otherwise she would run mad and die.
From what was extracted from the voice note, the voice said, “If you don’t bathe it will make your pussy to be smelling. The girl apologizes promising to bathe, and informs him that “Mama”is aware of what is going on
The viral audio prompted the Rivers state government, Rivers State attorney General, and Commissioner of Justice to take over the persecution of the accused.
However, Mrs. Clara Peters Okpara Duruebube, the wife of Bishop Felix Okpara Duruebube who was arraigned for sexually defiling a girl took to Facebook to stand in solidarity with her husband.
Mrs Clara made it she standing with her husband. “I Stan and Restan with you”, she said.
Bishop Felix Okpara was also accused of taking the young girl to RayJPE Hotel Rumuokoro, Mercy House church Branch Iwofe, and No.42A road 12 Rumuahulu where he committed several sexual abuses on her.
Bishop Felix Okpara Duruebube was arraigned on a two-count charge of child defilement which is punishable under section 32(1)(2) of the Child Rights Act CAP 50 Law of Rivers state,2023.
On the second count, the accused committed an offense punishable under section 208 of the criminal code, CAP 37, Vol.11 Laws of Nigeria, 2004.
He pleaded not guilty to the two charges.
After failing to meet his bail conditions, A port Harcourt Chief magistrate court in Rivers state ordered the remand of Bishop Felix Okpara Duruebube at the Port Harcourt correctional center.
Inititally he was granted bail by chief magistrate Anugbum O.N. with two sureties in like sum of N2 million.
The court ordered that the two sureties must be a bishop and another a relation with landed property within the Port Harcourt magisterial district
Speaking to Newsmen outside the courtroom, The chairperson of the International Federation of Women Lawyers (FIDA), Rivers state, Adata Bio-Briggs, expressed satisfaction with the bail terms imposed by the presiding court on the accused.
She also took the opportunity to advise people, particularly miracle and deliverance seekers, to always test all prophecies and spirits, and to be cautious of worship centers where they go to answer the call of prophetic delivery services to avoid becoming victims of evil men dressed in the cloak of God’s servants.
She frowned at the idea of some men of God pushing criminal cases to be settled out of court, stating that FIDA would follow up to guarantee justice was done.