Indeed, people can do anything in the name of prophesy and religion. A certain Lagos based pastor, Samson Benjamin widely known as Jehovah Sharp Sharp has decided to take his own prophesy to another level.
It was today reported that the pastor was seen yesterday carrying a coffin on his head as he March through the streets of FESTAC. The pastor claimed that God told him to do that he is not happy with President Buhari's government and the state of the nation.
Samson Benjamin is the General Overseer of Resurrection Praise Ministry.
As a result of that, many people reacted differently. Many people said that he is performing the sacrifice he was told to perform indirectly. Others said that he was drunk when he was doing that.
These are some reactions from Nigerians.
This is really a funny one indeed. How could someone decided to just carry coffin, just to protest against President Buhari and his government? What is your own take on this? You can drop your comments below.
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