Wizard claims he was flying to Uk when his fuel finished
A man who claimed to be a wizard has blamed the recession in the President Muhammadu Buhari administration for why he crashed into Sapele River.
Vanguard reports that the man who was discovered in Ajogodo River in Sapele, Delta State said he was flying from Benin airport to attend a meeting in the UK using Plantain Leaf.
He said he was also supposed to watch a football match in the UK when the fuel in his jet finished.
He said: “I was flying in with what is known in the physical realm as ‘Plantain Leaf,’ but it is actually my expensive private jet in the coven realm.
“It crashed me into this bridge, when the fuel in it finished. My members will be here tonight to refuel it for me, so I can continue my journey to the UK.
“I have to be in the UK to watch football, because there is economic recession, unemployment and inflation in Nigeria.”
In a similar situation, Apostle Chukwusom Okoli challenged witches, wizards and spiritualists all over the world to a spiritual contest.
Vanguard reports that the apostle who is the founder of New Covenant Christian Fellowship which is located in Nnobi in Anambra state said he wants to use the contest to re-enact the feat of Prophet Elijah in Mount Carmel, where he challenged the prophets of Baal to determine whether God or Baal was supreme.
The 83-year pastor said: “For a long time now a lot of people believe in occultism, charms, witchcraft, wizardry and all sorts of satanic manipulations instead of believing in the Almighty God. I want this contest to determine who is supreme: God or all those witches, occults and their likes.
“All these groups should come together against the Apostle of Christ. From 12 noon they can do everything. After then, the Apostle will do his own to bring down the power of God.
“This challenge has gone into internet and social media; it involves the universe: India, United States of America, Europe, China, among others. I insist that there must be a clear demarcation of who the Supreme Being is.”
Friday, 28 October 2016
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