Clergyman says the real witches and wizards are in the Nigerian government

Clergyman says the real witches and wizards are in the Nigerian government

- A clergyman, John Chinenye Oluoma, has spoken against political officer holders, civil servants and others in power that have hindered the progress of citizens

- According to him, these set of people are the real witches and wizards that citizens of the country should be wary of

- Oluoma’s preaching garnered mixed reactions from members of the internet community

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A video of Nigerian clergyman identified as Reverend John Chinenye Oluoma of the Wow Catholic church has gotten people talking on social media.

In the video sighted by on the page of a Twitter user identified as Ogwuche Andrew Thomas, the man of God was seen preaching to his congregation about the real witches and wizards they should be scared of.

Clergyman says the real witches and wizards are in the Nigerian government
Reverend John Oluoma preaching to a church congregation. Photo: YouTube
Source: UGC

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Oluoma noted that the witches and wizards many pastors preach about are not the real ones, because the lord has granted humans dominion over them. He, however, stated that the reals ones that citizens of the country should be scared off are the ones at the helms of power.

"The witches and wizard I’m talking about are in the presidency, National Assembly, Senate, government houses. They are civil servants, politicians, Hausas, Ibos, Yorubas. They are Catholics, Pentecostals, Protestants, Christians, Muslims, those are the people that kill more people in Nigeria," the man of God said.

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Speaking further, Oluoma said that he does not think the other evil forces he talked about earlier on have claimed lives like the long list of people he rolled out.

He cited examples of office holders, who do not execute projects such as road construction, even when funds have been allocated to them. According to him, if people die from bad roads, then such politicians are responsible for their death.

In a different portion of the clip, the clergyman while speaking about another set of witches and wizards mentioned fake pastors. He said many of them are responsible for a lot of broken marriages and failed business simply because of their wrong teachings.

Watch the full video below:

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As expected, the video had triggered mixed reactions from internet users on the platform. Read what some of them had to say below:

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Meanwhile, YEN previously gathered the report of a Nigerian man based in Switzerland who called out top Nigerian pastors for failing to do their work. The man identified as Akeem Amao noted that the pastors going to Europe and America should be sent back home to Nigeria. He claimed that the pastors have not shown the hand of God in Nigeria, adding that they travel to places where the hand of God is.

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