- Actress Ameze Imarhiagbe has said that some Africa prophets are simply businessmen
- Imarhiagbe stated that many African prophets prophesy about what is happening abroad but never see visions about their own countries
- The actress urged such pastors to address the problems in their home countries first
Actress Ameze Imarhiagbe has taken to her Instagram page to address the African pastors who always have prophecies about international countries but fail to see a vision about their own countries.
Speaking about the US elections, the actress noted that some prophets have been heard prophesying about what is going to happen to Trump, Joe Biden, and the future of the United States in general, however, they were yet to see the future of their own countries.
According to her, the year 2020 has proven that only God's voice is supreme.
According to Ameze, some prophets are simply businessmen.
"My people, I have to talk about this. Almost all the prophets in Africa, they and their apprentices, now have 2020 visions. They are all prophesying about the affairs of the US. What's going to happen to Trump, Biden but how come you guys don't see these visions for your home countries.
"How come you are not able to predict the elections in your country or what happens after a certain person has come on. You need to be careful about the storey building in your eye before you start talking about people's flats."
Watch her speak below:
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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that a polygamous pastor proudly showed off his 2 wives and many children.
It all started with a photo of the cleric draped in identical shirts with his ladies as they sat next to one another during a family safari.
His photographer Innocent Suge also marvelled at how the family lived in harmony and shared a bond so strong.
The pastor went ahead to post a picture of himself and his two wives standing tall with their kids who were also dressed in matching clothes.
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