"You're Illiterate": Prophet Odumeje Tells Boy Who Corrected Him for Pronouncing Silver as "Sriver"

"You're Illiterate": Prophet Odumeje Tells Boy Who Corrected Him for Pronouncing Silver as "Sriver"

  • The general overseer of The Mountain of Holy Ghost Intervention and Deliverance Ministry, Prophet Odumeje, caused a stir over an incident involving him and a little boy
  • In a video seen on Instagram, Prophet Odumeje was having a chat with a little boy and pronounced silver as "sriver"
  • However, the little boy insisted that his pronunciation was wrong which led to Odumeje calling him an illiterate

Prophet Chukwuemeka Cyril Ohanaemere, popularly known as Prophet Odumeje, has sent social media users into a frenzy after he reprimanded a little boy for correcting his pronunciation.

During an interaction with the kid, the general overseer of The Mountain of Holy Ghost Intervention and Deliverance Ministry pronounced silver as "sriver."

Moment Prophet Odumeje rebuked little boy for correcting his pronunciation of silver
Prophet Odumeje rebuked the little boy for correcting him. Photo Credit: @realprophetodumeje
Source: Instagram

The kid corrected the cleric and this did not sit well with Odumeje. Odumeje maintained that the right pronunciation is "sriver" and went on to question the kid on his performance at school.

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He asked him his position in school and when last he took first in class, to which the lad responded.

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The short clip shared on Instagram by @gossipmilltv has generated a buzz on social media. Some people found it hilarious.

Odumeje had earlier denied a report about prophesying about his death.

Reactions trail Odumeje's interaction with the boy

Emma Udo said:

"My contribution to this, the fact is that as Christians we are to be listening to the word of God from men and women of God and not to the good English. Good or bad English doesn't matter in the God kingdom's race rather its the gospel of Christ that matters.....
"We should start to understand this fact.
"Most of the time God do called those that we see like fools just to shame the so called wise..."

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"Shalom, "

john_onosolease said:

"I am sure people go here to laugh because it can't be for ministry."

the_mafiostyle said:

"The boy had 10 expressions at the same time, which kind pastor be this."

flossy_miju said:

"But why would someone in his/her right senses be going to this man church? What are u people doing there?"

___iamsandy said:

"My question is, are those people there for God or just for free comedy show. Cause I don’t understand ."

amara_shuga said:

"I can go to this man’s church for laughter! Like buying ticket for night of a thousand laugh,I can’t go there to worship no no."

Watch the video here.

Man warns Odumeje ahead of London event

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a US-based man had warned Prophet Odumeje ahead of his London event.

In a Facebook post, Innocent advised Odumeje not to grab or hold the bodies of women during ministration in London to avoid being charged with a sexual offence.

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He also advised Odumeje not to slap or beat anyone during deliverance as that may be considered physical abuse. Innocent added that Odumeje may be charged with verbal abuse should he use demeaning words on anyone in the course of his ministration.

Source: Legit.ng

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