Nigerian man claims water was used to power a generator during a deliverance session

Nigerian man claims water was used to power a generator during a deliverance session

Twitter users have reacted to the news that a generator was powered using water during a deliverance session in Federal Government Girls' College (FGGC) Akure.

@enebelisam had tweeted about how the general overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) worldwide, Pastor E. A. Adeboye, said he drove a empty tank car from Ore to Lagos. And how he didn't believe the man of God.

In a bid to corroborate what Pastor Adeboye was said to have said, one of @enebelisam's followers, @hardeboye_, recounted how some girls powered a generator using water in Akure. To also clear all doubts, hardeboye_ said he was at the scene.

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See the tweets below:

Recall a while ago, the controversial Ghanaian bishop, who is the founder of International God’s Way Church declared that he is no longer an angel of God. According to Obinim, he has now graduated from being an ordinary angel to Jesus Christ the saviour and the son of God.

In a video believed to have been recorded in the Accra branch of his church, one of his members was spotted confronting Obinim saying, ”Angel, you lied to us. You are not an angel but rather Jesus Christ.“ However, Obinim after hearing his new ‘accolade’ from his member called on all his junior pastors to join him celebrate his new ‘Jesus’ title in front of the congregation.

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