Educated 'wives' defend S'pore's self-styled prophet

The man accused of heading an all-female group with deviant religious practices poses with some of his female followers.
The man accused of heading an all-female group with deviant religious practices poses with some of his female followers.PHOTO: ST READER

SINGAPORE - The five women still with a sect run by a former massage therapist in Singapore, who claims God speaks to him directly and says gambling is permitted in order to help needy Muslims, are fiercely loyal to the alleged leader.

Four of them are degree holders, including one who has a master's degree.

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