Religious drama as Pastor reportedly killed his member during baptism, claims she’s vampire

A 37-year-old Clergy man Masimba Chirayi, who was arraigned in a Zimbabwean magistrates’ court to answer to culpable homicide charges, claimed that he mistook one of his members he killed during baptism for a vampire.

According to Masimba Chirayi who is a reverend at New Johanne Masowe, Zimbabwe, he did not kill Wendy Thinnamay Masuka over the weekend on purpose, as she stated that she appeared like a dangerous creature to him.

The Pastor who was released on bail with the trial date fixed for May, 2018, said;

“In my eyes she was like a vampire possessed by demons, she was violent and I thought she was going to kill people so I kept her submerged in water until I overpowered her”

It is expected that several congregants will testify against during his next trial.

This is coming few months after a Pastor was accused of accidentally drowning a six-week-old boy, as he baptised him in Moldova. Witnesses claimed the baby died after Father Valentin, failed to cover his mouth and nose when he immersed him in water three times.

Film shot by relatives shows the youngster moving after being taken out of the font, but then suffering difficulty breathing as he is dressed.  Twenty minutes later, he started bleeding from his nose and mouth and died.

The baby reportedly died on the way to hospital, and a post mortem found he had drowned.  The baby’s father Dumitru Gaidau told Romania’s Publica TV.

He added: ‘We all saw it, the priest didn’t put his hand over the baby’s mouth to stop water going in as he should have done and as they do at every other baptism.

‘We couldn’t believe it that he just put his hand over his belly and over the head and submerged him three times in the water.’


Worshipers In Tears As Popular Prophet ‘Turns Water Into Petrol’ (Photos)

A popular prophet reportedly turned water into petrol inside church during a service as the worshipers watch on.

Photos have shown the moment a popular South African cleric, Prophet Jacob, reportedly turned water into petrol inside the church.
Prophet Jacob who is very controversial for the kind of “miracles” he performs every now and then, made headlines again after this recent performance
According to information gathered from the prophet’s official page on Facebook, the cleric had urged the worshipers to come to the church service with bottles of water from their homes. When they obliged and came to church with the bottles of water, the prophet asked them to come to the altar, then he proceeded to pray “with militancy” and instantly turned the water to petrol.
According to the source, even the smell of the water changed instantly as it caught fire.
Below is what was shared (sic):
“During our Friday Easter Convocation prophet Jacob asked people to bring bottles of water from their homes and surprisingly said “DO YOU BELIEVE WE CAN TURN THIS WATER INTO PETROL” ,continued by telling the congregation to bring the bottles on the alter and he prayed with militancy and instantly the color and the smell of the water change and caught fire which was so massive and people were moved into awe.
“#Believe it or not
“#Miracles still happen today”
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Because of the awesomeness of the “miracle” some of the worshipers reportedly began to cry.
Below are more photos as shared by the prophet.

I was the angel who rolled out the stone on Jesus’ tomb – Daniel Obinim

The Founder and Leader of the International Godsway Church, Angel Bishop Daniel Obinim, has made another controversial statement and this time the pastor claim to be the angel who rolled away the tomb stone when Jesus resurrected.

The popular pastor whose church spreads across Ghana, with branches in Kumasi, Accra and Tema, mentioned this to his congregation during the Easter Celebration service.

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He was reported to have told his church members how some people in the country are taking him for granted. According to him, members of his church should be grateful for having such a powerful man of God in their midst.

He was quoted saying:

You have a powerful man of God and some Ghanaians are taking me for granted. Sometimes, it even marvels me. You see, the reason why we are all able to celebrate Easter is that Jesus died and rose again.

In all these, I was there. In fact, I was the Angel who rolled out the stone for Jesus to come out of the tomb. Yes, I am powerful.

The Ghanaian pastor, who made news headlines when he ordered his congregation to bring their used underwears, panties, boxer shorts and brassieres to church for spiritual guidance.

He has also been captured trying to fly to heaven to meet his God. Bishop Obinim was reported to have said to his church members that in the past of being, he could turn into any animal he wanted.

In a video that circulated across social media, the Bishop could be seen in the church with his arms wide open and flapping them in a bird-like movement with the intention to take off.

However, after running to generate enough momentum for lift-off, some church members stand in.


Man confirmed dead by 4 hospitals, revived by Oyedepo’s prophetic mantle

A Nigerian man, Luiz Fedelis was revived by Bishop Oyedepo, after he was declared dead by four hospitals.

The testimony was shared on the Facebook page of the press and publicity unity of Bishop David Oyedepo’s ministries, Winners chapel..

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“Luiz Fedelis was confirmed dead after being taken to four major hospitals in Lagos. His Area pastor ordered for him to be brought home, after which he called on the God of his father Bishop David Oyedepo, he placed the prophetic mantle round his neck and poured some anointing oil inside his mouth.”

“Surprisingly he vomited two cowries, life was restored. See him walking gallantly in the lord. Bishop David Oyedepo declared that anything dying or dead around you shall be restored back to live by the resurrection power of Christ”

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