Nigerians Advised On Dealings With Strangers


The General Overseer of Burning Light Gospel Mission, Awodi-Ora in Ajeromi Local Council Development Area, Lagos, Southwest Nigeria, Bishop Fidelis Akpeokhai, has charged Nigerians to be extra careful in their dealings with strangers.

Akpeokhai gave the charge in his church during a thanksgiving service in appreciation of the miraculous restoration of male organs of two men in their mid 30s last week.

He recalled that the fact that the victims were not members of his church didn’t stop him from performing the deliverance for them and calling on God to restore their manhood.

He said it has been the church’s tradition to hold vigil on the first Friday of every month, adding that they were already in the heat of such vigil when an usher came to inform him of the presence of two men and an old woman.

He added that immediately the prayer session ended, he sent for the visitors who narrated how their male organs disappeared after coming in contact with a man not known to them.

According to the Bishop, the two men said they were passing through an area in Apapa when a man accosted them for alms and told them he was hungry and needed some money to buy food.

He said they narrated further that immediately they gave the man N100, they felt a strange sensation in their bodies.

They confessed that they grabbed the man but later left him. They said that it was in the state of that confusion that they got home and discovered they could not use their manhood.

They somebody then advised them to seek a spiritual church that could pray for the restoration of their manhood.

One of the victims, Odion Joseph, confessed that during the prayer session at the vigil, something happened to him especially when the Bishop said everybody at the vigil should pray concerning any illness or problem that brought them to the church.

He claimed to have unconsciously fallen down during the prayer and discovered, when he stood up, that he had regained his manhood. He added that the same thing happened to his elder brother, Michael Joseph.

— Jamiu Yisa

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