There are certain things that are unheard of in a clergy. Some cases of rape, fraud and diabolism over the years have been reported among clergy men in Nigeria. This is uncalled for.
Recently, a popular prophet by the name Prophet Chukwuemeka Odumeje was seen opening a bar. The said prophet who is usually seen among somewhat worldly people does all sort of activities uncommon for a supposed man of God. Sometimes he is seen singing strange worldly songs.
In this video the prophet opened a bar and congratulated the owner of the bar.
The video can be seen here
For a man of God is this supposed to be? Doesn't this mean he is supporting the activities done in a bar including fornication, drinking, smoking and so on? Is a man of God supposed to be supporting evil and frolicking with unbelievers?
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