Traditional priest flaunts his mansion; says it's reward for answering call of the gods

Traditional priest flaunts his mansion; says it's reward for answering call of the gods

- A young herbalist, Desency Emeka Ofiale, has become very popular on Facebook after he shared his achievement of owning a beautiful home

- Sharing a photo of the humble place he started from, Emeka said the blessing came from honouring the gods

- Nigerians in their hundreds congratulated the native doctor as some 'tapped' into his newfound joy

A Nigerian native doctor with the Facebook name Desency Emeka Ofiale has gone online to showcase the mansion he recently built.

The man said he started out from a mud house, adding that the new house is the reward he got for answering the call of the gods.

He added that there is indeed power in tradition. Many Nigerians took to his page to react to his new achievement.

As at the time of writing this report, his post has over 500 comments and lots of shares.

See his post below:

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Below are some of the reactions:

Ochije Nwatanwanyi Oma said:

" glad I knew where u started and an seeing where u are today..may the gods be praise."

Jack Best said:

"Congratulations my Brother. Keep it up. I will visit your place whenever I visit Nigeria."
Nigerian native doctor builds mansion, says it's his rewards for answering call of the gods, shares photos
The man said that he started from the bottom and got to the top. Photo source: Desency Emeka Ofiale
Source: UGC

Stanley Ikechukwu-Okikeabiama said:

"The blessings of Ezenwanyi Sobali is real... congratulations my brother."

Chukwuemeka Orji said:

"Congratulations Mmili, yes there is power in our tradition whether you like it or not."

Isi NA Malay said:

"First person to wish you Emeka congratulations. I tap from your blessings."

Meanwhile,,gh earlier reported about a young lady identified as Ebere Asonibe who is a graduate who chose to become a native doctor due to circumstances beyond her.

The lady said her dead ancestors were making life miserable for her because she was adamant about not continuing with her great-grandmother's profession as a herbalist.

In a report by Information Nigeria, Ebere said her ancestor will come to her in a vision and show her herbs and where to locate them, and when she goes into the bush in the morning she will see the exact herbs.

Source: Yen

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