Breaking: At last, Odumeje opens up days after death of Ada Jesus
••••••Says anyone who alleges his miracles are fake would “pay dearly for it”.
Popular Pastor Chukwudi Ohanaemere, popularly known as Odumeje has finally spoken days after death of comedienne Mercy Mmesoma Obi, also known as Ada Jesus.
Odumeje particularly said that anyone who alleges his miracles are fake would “pay dearly for it”.
The controversial Pastor spoke via a video clip now trending on social media.
The clip was also shared on the social media page of Rita Edochie, a popular Nollywood actress.
The cleric, reiterated that he had never done a fake miracle all his life and that his powers came direct from God, warning all those saying otherwise that they would suffer the consequences.
Ada Jesus had allegedly accused Odumeje of performing fake miracles.
Both Onitsha-based preacher, and Edochie, had bluntly refused to forgive the late actress when she was brought in a paralysed state to his church by family members, but instead, laid more curses on her, stating that she would die of her ailment.
Since Ada Jesus, died on Wednesday, few days after the Onitsha encounter, there have been speculations on how much the Odumeje influence had over her fate, even though the two eventually announced thereafter that they had forgiven her.
The Onitsha-based Pastor said, “All of you speaking what you don’t know about the family of lion, nwanne (brother), I tell you, I’ll settle you. There is a promise to the Great God. If your mission is to criticize and speak against the Lord Almighty, you can’t stop a moving train.
“No human being gave me power and my power is not from an idol. I have never knelt down before any man of God or any idol or before anyone and say, pray and lay hands on me, I was anointed from above. I have never done any miracle that is fake. I have never stayed with anybody and discussed how to package a miracle. If you know that you’re the one that gave a fake testimony and I paid you to give the testimony, before this alter, provide yourself on Facebook.
“And you that said it, when I’m done with you, with your father he tells me, and I begins more for your generation. And no one can stop me when I begin a fight. If you want to joke, joke with people around you. Don’t joke with a man you don’t know how he became. And that’s the lion for you. Nwanne! Anyi aputago (My brother, we’re out).”