Nigerian pastor exposed for using old accident photo to deceive people

Nigerian pastor exposed for using old accident photo to deceive people

- A Nigerian pastor has been exposed for trying to deceive people with fake miracle

- The pastor had claimed he survived an accident and shared photos of the said accident on social media

- He was later exposed by the same photo which revealed that it was taken in December, Last year

A young Nigerian pastor identified Emmanuel Collins has come under fire after he allegedly fake a miracle. The pastor had claimed that he survived a terrible accident in which multiple cars were involved.

The pastor who shared photos of the alleged accident on his Instagram page claimed that his enemies tried to kill him from the accident.

In his post, Emmanuel also claimed that the accident could not affect him because God protected him from harm.

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He wrote: "Devil is a big lair, they tot de can kill me from accident but they lie he that is in me is greater than he that is in the world. My blood is too hot for the enemy to drink I am on touchable cause I have a living God this is all they can think of doing this afternoon, friends all over the world help me and thank God for saving my life this hot afternoon from this terrible accident nobody believe that someone will come only a little pains noting much with my big white camery cars spider....... I am too young to die I remain the spiritual director of heaven!!!!!!! Friends thank God with me if you love me,,,,,,,, #De #seer 1 of #Africa is my #name!!."

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After a while, reports surfaced that the pastor had faked the accident and miracle. It was gathered that he used photos from an accident that had happened on Monday, December 31.

One of the photos had been posted by the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority on Twitter. The tweet had even note that the multiple accident occurred at Gbagada bridge.

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In a related news, Legit.ng had reported that a Zimbabwean pastor Tito Watts and his wife, Amanda, were arrested for selling tickets to heaven to church members. It was gathered that they sold the tickets for $500 (N181,000).

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