A source who argued namelessness told our reporter that the gay minister was told by a local specialist that his gay person "affliction" would be cured on the off chance that he laid down with a male high schooler.
Portraying his trial, the casualty (Abuchi) said the episode occurred after a vigil administration.
The teenager casualty, who hails from Ebonyi State said, "The minister drew nearer me after the vigil and requesting that I stay back.
"I advised the minister that I needed to go home following the congregation exercises had finished.
"The minister instructed me to hold up till first light and when I demanded that I should go, the minister connected a substance on my eyes which made me to rest.
"When I woke up, I saw that my trousers were torn, and my rear-end was soggy.
"I started to cry, as I was feeling torments in my rear-end. The minister said I ought to quit crying; that he would give me cash.
"I dismisses the cash offer and went home and told my kin what happened."
A relative of the casualty, Ngozi, who talked with columnists, said they didn't know that Abuchi went to chapel that night.
She said when Abuchi got back home and let them know what happened, they raced to the congregation, just to find that the minister had fled.
The Anambra Police Public Relations Officer, ASP Nkiru Nwode, affirmed the report,
She said the police had started a manhunt for the minister, guaranteeing that he would be captured and arraigned.
The police representative said the casualty has been taken to the healing facility for treatment.