- Pastor Alex Nsiah says he used to sell fake anointing oil to his church members for money
- He said he was able to buy his first car from that practice
- Nsiah said he stopped selling the fake anointing oil when he had a dream that he was going to miss heaven
Prophet Alex Nsiah, founder and leader of True Teaching and Healing Ministry, has revealed that he used to sell fake anointing oil to his church members in Ghana.
Nsiah is popularly known in Pretoria, South Africa, where he migrated to to establish a branch of his church.
In a video seen by YEN.com.gh on Zionfelix.net, Nsiah made the confession.
According to him, life was so difficult that he was struggling to make ends meet, therefore, he decided to resort to the selling of fake anointing oil to raise money.
The prophet explained that he processed Borges Olive oil and lured his unsuspecting church members to believe that it was a special anointing oil, and they fell for it.
Nsiah revealed that he made a great fortune from this ‘trade’ and he used to proceeds from it to buy his first car, and lived comfortably while his church members continued to suffer.
Speaking on why he abandoned that trade, Nsiah said he had a dream that some preachers were being taken to heaven but he was left out.
According to him, the dream served as a warning for him to desert his fake and dubious life, therefore, he deserted that path and repented.
He further advised Christians to vigilant in their service to God and not desperately depend on miracles.
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