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“If I Use My Anointing On You And You Take My Tithe To Another Church, Your Life Will Be Destroyed” -Prophet Ojo Tells Deliverance Seeking Woman

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A Nigerian cleric, Prophet Sam Ojo, has come under fire after a video of his ministration went viral.

In the said video, the pastor can be heard insisting that a woman should donate a piece of land

before her child can receive permanent healing. Mr Ojo also spoke about a contract-seeking

politician he once prayed for.

He said after the contract clicked, the man went to pay N100m tithe in another church.

He revealed that he called the politician, who was also vying for a governorship post,

and laid curse on him that no one in his family will ever become a governor.

Continuing, the pastor said: “If I use my anointing on you and you take my tithe to

another church, your life will be destroyed.” He later told the woman that he doesn’t

want a land in Sango, Ota, Ogun State, but in a highbrow place like Magodo.

He then addressed those saying he isn’t God, telling them to go and meet God if they

know his address. The woman was only told to go and lay her hands on her child after

promising to give Mr. Ojo a land

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6 comments

  1. Oyebola Falana

    Evil men masquerading as Men of God.

  2. Eunice Enoredia Imianvan

    Taiwo Are you the owner of the anointing?

  3. Eunice Enoredia Imianvan

    If men well God

  4. Shioo! Ha, wahala dey o.

  5. I think he has the annoying-thing not anointing

  6. when you are going about looking for God that is not missing, you will meet another thing, many are you sing the name of God to deceive innocent people, his god need land in Magodo and not Ota, wonders will never end.

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