The Senior Prophet and General Overseer of the Christ Mercyland Deliverance Ministries, Jeremiah Omoto Fufeyin gave Corps Members who served in his church the sum of 1.5 million nairas (1, 500, 000). The money was given to them to enable them to establish themselves in any area of life after their service year.
This information was revealed on the official Facebook page of the prophet and pictures of the corp members receiving the cash were attached. Check below for the pictures.
Seeing the post, his followers took to the comment section to drop their reactions. Mathias Ogah prayed to God to reward the man of God and give him more anointing. Achantore Sunday said that God would "embarrass" him with blessings, while Monday Essien thanked him for adding value to their lives. He concluded that the Lord will be with him and his family.
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