- A journalist, Theresa Tekenah, has recounted the gist she heard about two Nigerian pastors on Twitter
- According to her, one pastor accused the other of stealing his prophecies for 2020
- Theresa described the move as prophetic plagiarism
It appears working on the altar as God’s servant is a really lucrative venture going by the number of churches around and how people are quick to label themselves men of God.
In Nigeria, pastoral work is surrounded by a number of drama and interesting reactions seeing as these men of God usually make the news for questionable reasons.
Just recently, a young lady identified as Theresa Tekenah on Twitter took to the microblogging site to share an interesting gist she heard about two pastors.
According to the journalist, she heard that a man of God is accusing a fellow pastor of stealing his 2020 prophecies. She then described the move as a prophetic plagiarism.
Notice that a number of Nigerian pastors have churned out their different prophecies after the new year, 2020, began. Perhaps it is their way of maintaining relevance or getting people to be more prayerful.
In Theresa’s post, she wrote: “I just heard something ♀️. A man of God is accusing another fellow man of God of copying his 2020 prophecies. What a prophetic plagiarism!”
See her tweet below:
Just recently, Legit.ng reported that controversial media personality, Daddy Freeze, has reacted to claims made by a Nigerian pastor, Chris Omashola, against singer Naira Marley.
Apostle Chris Omashola, who was recently involved in a scandal after a video of him being intimate with his former lover, Princess Tamaratokoni Okpewho, went viral, had claimed that Naira Marley is a demon.
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