A Nigerian pastor identified as Prophet Andrew Ejimadu is currently the topic of discussion on the internet after a video surfaced online showing him 'vomit money'.
It appears African clerics seem to know how to get people talking. From getting their members to eat grass to converting spiritual money to physical cash, the list of never seems to end.
Earlier on, Legit.ng reported the news of how popular controversial Ghanaian pastor, Daniel Obinim, caused another stir on social media after he threatened to fly to heaven. Well, yet another 'man of God' has left people with quite a lot to chew on.
Identified as Prophet Andrew Ejimadu, the Nigerian pastor based in South Africa is currently trending after a video surfaced in which the pastor was 'vomiting money' leaving his congregation in awe.
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The said man of God took to his Facebook page to share the news, declaring that 5000 people would receive 'miracle money' soon.
Read the post below:
"5000 people will receive Miracle MONEY this night. Last Sunday as i was preaching at the church here in Limpopo, I came across a lady and I saw how so desperately she needed money. I said mama, stand up, she stood. I asked her, how much do you have in your handbag? She replied 1 Rand 50 cent. I said empty your handbag, she did, I took the handbag to the congregation and asked them to verify if indeed there was no money inside the handbag.
The congregation verified that there was not even a cent in the bag. I took the empty bag, I prayed and asked God to fill it up with money and all of a sudden, money started coming out from my mouth. The congregation was shocked beyond reasoning watching me vomit notes of Rands into the empty bag.This is not the first time I vomited money but the people in Limpopo was seeing it for the first time.
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Because of fears and shocks in their eyes, I called on a banker present at the service to come and verify if what I vomited was fake or real notes, the lady confirmed that the notes were real and we distributed the notes to the congregation.Many people say it's magic while others are saying it's not real. I have not even started performing miracles on earth, very soon, I will show the world all signs written in the Bible before the coming of Jesus.
Miracles that will drop our jaws will happen like waters. But while you are busy arguing and doubting whether MIRACLE MONEY is real or not, 5000 people will receive Miracle MONEY in there handbags and wallets this night. If you have red this post, Use your right hand to comment "Come" 12 different times, share this post 12 different times and use your mouth to shout come 4 times. Your body will shake immediately you do these, check your handbag or wallet in the morning, you will find money.This is not magic or a joke.Try and see. It will happen to 5000 people. Make sure to follow the instructions. I will vomit money for you tonight."
The video has since gone viral as many people have expressed mixed reactions over the possibility of a human being vomiting money.
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