Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Photos: Wonders In Lagos As Cele Pastor Sets Woman On Fire, Says God Told Me She Won’t Burn

There was confusion on Sunday at Celestial Church of Christ (CCC) on Unity Street in Abule-Egba, Lagos, when a prophet set a member ablaze during the church service. The victim, simply identified as Madam Bosede, is now lying critically ill in hospital.

It was gathered that the prophet in his sermon claimed he got a revelation that there was God in their midst, adding that if the woman was set ablaze she would not suffer burns.

Madam Bosede, who joined the church a month ago told TheNation yesterday: “Our prophet said the spirit of God whispered to him that I would not burn if he sets me on fire. When I came out, they poured kerosene on my body and set me ablaze. But, unfortunately, I was burnt beyond recognition and before the other church members could get water, the deed had already been done.”


The cleric however told The Nation that he clearly heard a voice instructing him to set a member on fire to prove and confirm that God was in their midst. “I heard the voice clearly, but I don’t know what happened after we set fire on her. God has been speaking to me since and it has been working, so I wonder why now,” he said.

Some members, however, left the church, doubting their prophet’s credibility, adding: “We cannot worship here again, who knows who the spirit will ask him to burn next.”

A resident, Irene Ohekina said: “I don’t pity her; she was the one who allowed herself to be deceived by the prophet. Why did the prophet not try the fire on himself or any of his family members?”

Another resident, Nkechi said for the prophet to have given such instruction, it must have come from God, adding “I believe it’s the sins of the victim that made her burn, the prophet of God could not have lied.”


Daniel Ayodele, who also witnessed the incident said: “This whole thing is funny, when the pastor said the woman should be set on fire, why did she not refuse or was she scared to disobey the prophet. Now, she is writhing in pains on the hospital bed and I am sure the prophet is elsewhere enjoying himself.”

23 comments:

  1. Wow wonders shall never end. Do people read their bibles at all? Is it no written that you shall not temp the lord your God? Why will God just say you should set someone ablaze if he really said it then he would have saved the woman. That woman is the most foolish of our time I'm sorry to say. Like seriously???

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    1. Lol see where her foolishness lead her. Lost soul

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  2. *smile* i cannot laugh...

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  4. I blame the woman o, Can you imagine mschew

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  5. Why would she wait to be set on fire? Some people tho

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  6. Hmmm. It’s somehow funny

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  7. Is that woman normal? Was she offered money? Who on earth allows a man pour kerosine on her and then set her on fire? Shameful

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  8. COMMON SENSE not COMMON @ all.... Ow can one b so gullible?? So much faith in a human all cos he z man of God. Woman dt serves u ryt!! U n d pastor shud b made 2 occupy several rooms @ yaba left! nonsense

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  9. i cant laugh o,yeye woman no wonder the bible said my people are destroyed for lack of knowledge.

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  10. oh so sad. where is it written in the bible that.... definitely the man is an agent of the devil , sent to carry out one of his ministries- to kill. people should beware of false prophet. wishing the woman a quick recovery.

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  11. All these herbalist that parade themselves as pastors looking for sacrificial lamb.

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