- Videos have shown arrested General Overseer Ugochukwu Emmanuel Ekwem performing 'miracles' in the church
- In the clip, people instantly fell as he stretched his hands towards their direction in the auditorium
- Many Nigerians who reacted to his video wondered who real men of God are if he could be arrested with illicit substance
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Videos shared online by Instablog9ja have shown some 'spiritual actions' performed by Ugochukwu Emmanuel Ekwem weeks before he was arrested for transporting cannabis.
In the clips, the general overseer laid his hands on members during a deliverance service, making them fall under the 'power of his anointing'.
A show of spiritual power
A video showed the moment he ran into the choir, stretched his hand towards them as all of them fell. Ugochukwu went into another section of the church and 'impacted' them with his touch.
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It was all like a typical television show of spiritual men demonstrating how spiritually gifted they are.
Watch the videos below (swipe):
At the time of writing this report, the videos have gathered over 4,000 comments with more than 15,000 likes.
YEN.com.gh compiled some of the reactions below:
"Daddy general in action."
"Omo, know God personally o. Many people are worshipping pastors, and not God."
"Laslas na only God know who dey serve am."
"I pity people way carry men of God for head."
"Na so them take Dey deceive us."
"Nawa ooo this one just carry bad name give church members."
"The man na pastor for Nigeria but na pablo Escobar him be for outside Nigeria."
"Na the drug dey give am power."
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The Ghanaian church leader posed in photos with his birth mother and father in a post on the internet.
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