- Two young friends called April and Chiderah have shared their stories about being verbally assaulted by a preacher of MFM church
- April revealed that the preacher told them to go and repent in their dressing so that they do not end up in hell
- Chiderah also shared a video as evidence to what they experienced with the MFM pastor
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A Nigerian lady called April has called on the authorities of the Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries (MFM) to call one of their pastors to order.
This was after the young lady and her friend were harassed by one of the pastors called David Godspower from the church.
According to April, she was walking to Yaba area of Lagos state alongside her friend, Chidera, when they were accosted by a man dressed in a striped shirt and black trousers.
April revealed that the MFM pastor walked up to her and her friend and started telling them that they would go to hellfire because of their dressings.
She stated that the preacher even said that their sunglasses will not help them when they get to hell.
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While they were trying to avoid the clergyman, the friends said that he kept coming closer to them and pointing at them.
According to April, she was wearing joggers and a t-shirt with a scarf tied around her head while her friend was wearing a long-sleeved t-shirt.
According to April, the experience was disturbing, noting that the preacher's actions shouldn't be condoned in any church denomination. She called on MFM to address the situation, stating that calling strangers names and assaulting them is not the way to preach the gospel.
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April's friend, Chiderah shared the video of the preacher who assaulted them on her Twitter page.
In the video, the man was heard telling the ladies to repent and change so that they do not go to hell. He urged them to be born-again and go to heaven.
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