Man challenges fake pastor for not keeping to agreement after fake miracles
In a trending video obtained by Naijacrawl captured a Nigerian man challenging a pastor who allegedly contracted an informant to help get information on his church members, in order to give ‘fake prophecies.
In the viral video, the angry man alleged that the clergyman contracted him to go about picking sensitive information about his church members which he then uses during his prophet ministration.
The information leaves church members in shock and will in-turn make them feel the pastor is indeed a genuine man of God.
The angry man said the clergyman failed to fulfill his end of their bargain by paying him the money for his services.
The clergyman however refused, stating that he would ‘call on the holy spirit’ to deal with his ’business partner.'
‘’I am not a fake pastor. Na God call me.''
Responding, the accuser said;
"Which God call you? Na God call you? See bible see Jack Daniel'' he said as he pointed to a bottle of alcohol.
Watch the video HERE
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