Prophet gifts N6m to repented commercial s3x workers

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billionaire Prophet Jeremiah Fufeyin

Against the risky nature of prostitution, Christ Mercyland Deliverance Ministry, Warri in Delta State doled out N6 million to six repented commercial s3x workers to start new life.

This was as some of the workers at the church’s Sunday service narrated their ordeals in the hands of kidnappers and how God saved them from being killed.

The sex workers (names concealed) came out to testify of their miraculous victory from the hands of kidnappers, who disguised for patronage.

One of them narrated how she ended in the bush after the man had enticed her with a promise of N200,000 but was saved due to the band of the church she was wearing on her ankle.

“It was when I got to the bush that I realized what was going on. The man carried a long knife and wanted to cut through my throat but the knife fell of repeatedly. He started calling me a witch and later ran. I managed to find my way to the road before some people helped me,” she said.

On hearing the heart-wrenching testimony, the senior prophet of Christ Mercyland Deliverance Ministry, billionaire Prophet Jeremiah Fufeyin made an altar call to other ladies, who were addicted to smoking, drinking, and prostitution.

In a viral video shared on the internet, the founder of the church, Fufeyin had during a church service asked people engaged in prostitution to accept Jesus Christ and turn from their ways.

While the former sex workers were jubilating, the prophet referred to them as God’s children, stressing that except for someone with a spiritual understanding, ordinary people would not understand the implications of what the church was doing.

Recall that in August, the prophet gifted N15 million to 15 sex workers, who encountered a life-changing moment at the church recounted horrible experiences.

Last week, ailing Nollywood Actor Emeka Ani was assisted with N6 million for his medical needs.

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