Every Human Being on Earth Has a Water They Come From, Says Female Native Doctor, People Say She Needs Christ

Every Human Being on Earth Has a Water They Come From, Says Female Native Doctor, People Say She Needs Christ

  • A Nigerian female native doctor identified as Amarachi Ugogbemmiri has said every human being on earth has the water they come from
  • According to the traditionalist who is based in Delta state, people come into the world either from land on water
  • But some people on social media are not taking it from her as they insist she needs to be liberated by the power in the name of Christ

A traditionalist based in Delta state, Amarachi Ugogbemmiri, categorically stated that every human being on earth comes from water or land.

According to the native doctor, most people on earth come from water. Her insistence on the water origin of humans has however ired some persons on social media as they say she needs Christ.

Nigerian native doctor, Amarachi Ugegbemmiri based in Delta state has revealed why she became a priest.
Amarachi Ugegbemmiri said she started manifesting spirit at the age of 8. Photo credit: LegitTV
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I don't kill people, and I don't give poison

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In an interview with LegitTV, Amarachi clarified that she is not one of those native doctors who issue poison for people to be killed.

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She also said she does not kill people at all. Her words:

"I'm a pure native doctor, so that is why I'm being addressed as "dibia nwanyi." The only female king that I know is the goddess of the river. The water goddess herself, the queen of the ocean. That is the only Eze Nwanyi that I recognise and I know. Every human being on earth has a water they come from. Some come from water, some come from land. Mostly a lot of people are from water."

But some people on social media are not taking it gently with her as they insist she needs to be liberated. Here are a few comments on the video:

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Goodwill Oparanozie said:

"Look at those things, they have eyes but can not see, the have mouth but can not eat, they 're the works of men.I can only worship God almighty the maker of heavens and the earth."

Phillings Clement commented:

"All power belongs to God Almighty. The maker of the heavens and the earth. I still haven't seen what a spirit/goddess/shrine created."

Daniel Isenewa reacted:

"I wish prophet T B Joshua is alive to deliver her from darkness to light."

Ugonna Ozoude said:

"May our merciful father, show you mercy. May He deliver and rescue you in Jesus powerful name! Amen."

Princess Chioma Clements said:

"I pray she find her way back when is not late."

Watch the full interview below:

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had previously reported that a Nigerian native doctor was seen inside a clean and neat shrine.

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The native doctor, identified as Oluwo Jogbodo Orunmila, also used an iPad. He also has social media accounts with followers.

Orunmila said ways to make money spiritually do not involve ritual killings.

Source: Legit.ng

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