A video has been circulating on social media showing a disagreement between a pastor and his informant. The informant claims that the pastor owes him money for providing information that the pastor used to perform fake miracles on church members.
In the video, the informant can be heard expressing his frustration with the pastor for not paying him what they had agreed on. He also threatens to expose the pastor for his fake miracles, which were based on information that the informant had investigated on the church members.
The pastor, on the other hand, refuses to pay the informant and even pretends to be on the phone with the police. He boasts about being a real prophet who was called by God.
This situation is not only unethical but also illegal. It is wrong to deceive people by performing fake miracles and taking advantage of their faith. The pastor and informant could face legal consequences for their actions.
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It is important to remember that not all pastors or religious leaders are like this. Most of them genuinely want to help people and spread positivity. However, it is always important to be cautious and do your research before blindly following someone.
“Give me my money. I go give you wahala; call the police, I go tell them everything wey happen. You be fake prophet; Everything wey I don dey arrange for you go leak today.
I go carry people information con give you, you go come use am against them for church and everything comb as we take plan am, you no go con give me my money,” the informant said in part.