- A Nigerian preacher named Pastor Ade Abraham has allegedly built a camp in Ekiti state where he has told his members the gate of heave exists
- To make it to the camp, Pastor Ade charges the sum of N310k which is said to be a fee for him to fly his willing members to heaven
- Already, a video has shown that some persons are in the camp and have vehemently refused to come back as they say rapture is coming soon
Pastor Ade Abraham, a Nigerian preacher has allegedly convinced his church members to pay him the sum of N310k each for them to make heaven.
The pastor who heads the Christ High Commission Ministry, also known as Royal Christ Assembly, Kaduna State has established a new camp in Ekiti state.
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Reports say he claims there is a gate of heaven in the new camp and for church members to get there, they have to pay the princely sum.
How he convinced them
Pastor Abraham's church was formerly based in Kaduna state but he relocated to Omuo-Ekiti in 2021. He apparently went to establish the new camp.
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He however returned to Kaduna and then convinced his members about a certain gate which he said will open for them to fly to heaven.
We are not coming back, campers say
Some members of the church are already camping in Ekiti state and preparing for the end of the world. They have vowed not to come back as they say they are going to heaven from the camp.
Watch videos from Pastor Abraham's camp below:
Social media users bare their minds
"I thought social media was helping. Seems people still want to be deceived."
"Una dey pay for rapture?"
"I like this, nice one. Since they don’t want to have sense, let the pastor collect their money. Nonsense!"
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