Prophet Jerimiah Omoto Fufeyin, the General Overseer and Founder of Christ Mercyland Deliverance Ministry that is situated in Warri, Delta State has sparked mixed reactions on Facebook after he shared some pictures of his deeds online.
According to the pictures he shared on his Facebook page, he was captured with some loads of money that amounted to about 3.4 million naira, and from the information we got, he meant to share the 3.4 million naira to three families who are members of his church.
Although, he stated that the money is meant for to pay for the marriage rites of the families he supported. From the images that reached our desk, he gave the sum of one million naira (1,000,000) to one family, another Nine hundred thousand naira (900,000) to the second family while he gave the remaining one million and five hundred thousand (1.5m) to the last family.
However, after he shared these pictures, his followers, members, and some concerned Nigerians have shown their reactions by commenting. From some of the reactions, a lot of people seems to be pleased with the deed of Prophet Jerimiah Fufeyin and they didn't hesitate to show it out. Although, some faulted his move because they felt he should have done it in secret. Below are some reactions:
Do you think what he did is worthy of applaud? Let us know what you think by using the comment section.
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