The pastor whose Reigners Bible Church collapsed and killed many worshipers has spoken about the horrible tragedy.
Pastor Akan Weeks is the General Overseer of Reigners Bible Church, Akwa Ibom.
The church recently witnessed a devastating tragedy after its building collapsed in Uyo, leaving scores dead and many more injured.
The pastor himself was reportedly seriously injured in the leg during the incident.
In a recent statement, the pastor revealed that he is no longer interested in being a bishop.
Akan Weeks recuperating
According to The Independent, the Pastor who is recuperating in a hospital, squashed speculations that he was installed as a bishop at a secret location shortly after the collapse of the church building.
“Let nobody believe the speculation that I was enthroned as the bishop; the enthronement was cancelled completely and I am no longer interested in being a bishop.
“Please, this is not the time to crucify me; I am still your brother. Reigners Church family, I am still your pastor. The enthronement was cancelled completely and I am not interested.
“Please let us rise and pray. I really sympathise with the departed souls. Once I am out of my hospital bed, I will come on air and we will pray together. I was also seriously injured. One of my legs was seriously damaged,” Weeks said.