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Crusade row

Maria Bradshaw

Crusade row

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A?BARBADOS-BASED church leader has left behind a furore in The Bahamas after he was accused of charging Bahamians hundreds of dollars to pray and prophesy for them.
Prophet LL Spencer, a Trinidadian who operates the Prophetic Healing Centre in Roebuck Street, The City, left The Bahamas last Saturday under a cloud of controversy, after a church leader there called in immigration authorities and police to investigate his ministerial conduct during a two-week crusade.
Last Friday, Spencer and his wife Alisa were cornered by a television news team and Bahamian pastor Vaughn Miller at a lawyer’s office where he was allegedly supposed to meet a Bahamian woman who was signing over her prime beach property to him.
The woman told the television station she had visited Spencer at one of his crusades so he could take a curse from her, but she could not afford to pay the money she was charged, so she decided to give him the piece of land.