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Video: Prophet Odumeje In Tears Over The State Of The Nation, Rains Curses On Corrupted Leaders

The controversial Nigerian pastor and the General Overseer of The Mountain of Holy Ghost Intervention and Deliverance Ministry, Chukwuemeka Ohanaemere, also known as Odumeje, was in tears over the state of the Nation as he rained curses on those responsible.

The Prophet was seen in tears on a live video on his official Facebook handle. From the video, we learnt how he questioned the leadership qualities of those in public offices, claiming they turned their backs on the citizen of the country who supported them wholeheartedly during the electoral process.

It was also learnt from the video that the Nigerian Prophet had a discussion with God as he knelt down to remind God of their agreement, claiming it is time for God to take over the leadership of this country.

Here is everything Prophet Odumeje said in this video session:

"You claim to be a leader after taking what belongs to the country. You feel nothing for those who died trying to make this country a better place because you are in a glass house. Your family will feel the pain.

"In election, all these children will come out to vote for you, lifting your posters together with your pictures, be proud of you, and later, you start talking like a God. How many years can you stay on that seat? The seat does not belong to you, it is for the betterment of everybody. So you can not stay there forever.

"My Father, my Father, it is time. You know what I discussed with you. Every seed of leadership has been taken over by the Lord. You will hear from God. All these children are dying in the street because they want a better future, and you are moving around with siren. No good roads, no light, and people are using it for business. Oh God, judge everyone".

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