Nollywood actress and pastor Eucharia-Anunobi Ekwu is definitely not ashamed of the Gospel.
In a sermon titled, ‘What is the kingdom of God, where is it and how can we enter it?’, the 56-year-old mentioned the category of people who she thinks will not make it to heaven.
The “Abuja Connection” actress said in a video shared on her Instagram Monday that the list includes drunkards, revilers and extortionists.
She stated that “when you are a drunkard, you can’t be in good health”, noting that alcohol destroys the liver.
The film producer also said described extortionists as “wicked people”, saying they would not prosper. She noted that those who extort would wipe the expiry date of some products and replace it with a new date in order for them not to incur losses.
“You can’t prosper when you are a reviler, when you are an extortioner, when you are a drunkard, when you are a wicked person, when you are a paedophile [people sexually attracted to children], when you are a fornicator, when you are an effeminate person,” she said.
The actress urged her followers to pray like a “wounded lion” by declaring that “every spirit that wants to waste me should be wasted in Jesus name”.
Watch her below.
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