A while ago, NAIJ.com reported the shocking story of a female Nigerian pastor who burnt herself with hot iron to show her love for God. She has found herself in the news yet again and this time she is accusing pastors of storing up wealth all for themselves.
The lady identified as Ifeoma Vivian Emeka has been very vocal about her Christian faith ever since she gave her life to Christ. Using the social media platform, she has continued to air her opinions on the lifestyles of many Nigerian celebrities. If she is not attacking Nigerian artistes on their choice of songs, she is laying down manifestos on what she would do when she becomes president of Nigeria or using her own words, the first pastor president of Nigeria.
Recently, she took to the social media platform to share her opinions on top pastors in Nigeria. According to her post, religious leaders like Pastor Adebayor, Pastor Chris, TB Joshua and other popular pastors in Nigeria were not living up to the expectation of God. She said that instead of being selfish and reaping off the sweats of their followers, they should emulate Christ and become be a true leader so as to enter the kingdom of God.
She took to her Facebook to write: "PASTOR ADEBOYE, PASTOR CHRIS, TB JOSHUA, OYEDEKPO, KUMUYI &CO WHAT YOU PEOPLE ARE DOING IS WRONG. JESUS SAID IT WILL BE HARD TO SEE A RICH MAN IN HEAVEN.. A TRUE SERVANT OF GOD SHOULD NOT STORE UP SO MUCH RICHES FOR THEIRSELF, THOUSANDS OF POOR PEOPLE ATTEND YOUR CHURCHES.. BE A GOOD ROLE MODEL LIKE JESUS HE FED THOUSANDS WITH LOAVES OF BREAD AND FISHES."
Ifeoma became viral on the internet after she came onto the social media platform to reveal she had given her life to Christ. Due to the fact that she had a tattoo on her arm when she was living a "wordly life", she attempted to remove it by using a hot pressing iron directly on her skin and failed. Although it appeared extreme, she claims she did it because of her love for Jesus.
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