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False Prophets

Some pastors in Nigeria claim they can cure Ebola, another unimaginative way to monetize misfortune. They prey on the poor and miseducated exploiting them for fame and fortune.

The Nigerian Federal Police and the Economic & Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has just cause to arrest and prosecute these false prophets for fraud. Those who follow these false prophets blindly are not victims but Muguns.

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9 thoughts on “False Prophets

  1. That is very unfortunate. Religious exploitation and extortion are the worst of the evils in the society.

  2. That’s so awful! The name of God is taken to perpetuate oppression of people. At least your blog is getting the word out there.

  3. It is not only pastors unfortunately who prey on the poor and miseducated exploiting them for fame and fortune. We’ve had many political and religous leaders and even scientists who have done that.

  4. False prophets? Who among the popular ones is a saint? In a country where everyone is looking for miracles, that’s what happens…sadly.

  5. Some people always look to take advantage. I hope that you and your family are safe and healthy. I’ve no idea of the where you are in relation to the affected areas. “Muguns” – I had to look that one up.

    1. Thank you for your concern am safe and lol on the Mugun

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