Man narrates how he met his pastor carrying sacrifice in his uncle’s shrine

An anonymous Nigerian man has shared a very chilling story of how he allegedly met his church pastor carrying a sacrifice in his uncle’s shrine.

The man who shared this to a Facebook page ‘Warri Aproko Special’ said two months ago, he went to visit his uncle, who is a traditional herbalist in his shrine to show his wife to his uncle, but was taken aback when he bumped into a familiar pastor.

Surprisingly the pastor he met there, happened to be the pastor of a church, he attends in Warri, Delta state, Nigeria.

He said immediately the pastor saw him, he told him to be a man.

As he pleaded with him to keep everything he saw in the shrine discreet.

After the pastor left, he inquired from his uncle what he came for.

The herbalist uncle told him, that he came to seek assistance so that the population of his church would grow.

His uncle then warned him that he shouldn’t allow these kind of pastors to lay their hands on him.

And also to shake his hands, because in doing that, they will be collecting his good fortune spiritually.

The anonymous man revealed that ever since the event, it had been difficult for him to attend any church.

He therefore warned the public to be careful with the kind of worship centres they go as well as their choice of pastors.

When he was inquired about any evidence to back up his claim as well the name of the pastor and his church.

He chose not to the divulge the name of the pastor or the church for personal reasons.

However, he disclosed that he did a video, but couldn’t share it because the accused pastor would know it’s from him.

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Man Narrates How He Met His Church Pastor Carrying Sacrifice In His Uncle's Shrine, Reveals What He Came For


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