Ifeanyi Huge Man Orakwue Video on Pastor Onye Jesus raising the dead
In video – Big Message for Pastor Onye Eze Jesus and his followers. If you are among the followers of the controversial Anambra-based Pastor aka Aka na-asa uchu, this message is for you. In video – Big Message for Pastor Onye Eze Jesus and his followers. Ifeanyi Huge Man Orakwue Video on Pastor Onye Jesus raising the dead.
Following the controversy that trails the arrest of Pastor Onye Eze Jesus by the Anambra State Government, some concerned indigenes of the state have cried foul. They said it is a planned deal.
Remember Pastor Onye Eze Jesus boasted he would raise the dead from a mortuary yesterday? That was the same day he was arrested by the Anambra State government for questioning.
A concerned Nigeria has gone to the spot where he said he would raise the dead and was highly disappointed when he heard the prophet has been arrested. On this note, he released a video and made a shocking revelation about the Prophet Onye Eze.
If you are not an Igbo person or you don’t understand Igbo language, look for an interpreter. The local poet has sent a strong message to Pastor Onye Eze, his followers, the police, and the government.
He said he will raise the dead today. The police arrested him today. Are we smelling conniving here? Listen to what this intelligent local poet submitted about this whole drama surrounding Mr. Aka na-asa uchu worldwide and his water ministry.
I am the one who is not confused here. The son of perdition is desperate. His time is around the corner. It is the end time predicted.
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