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Jeremiah Omoto Fufeyin’s Foundation gives out N10.7 Million to members , predicts outcome of Bayelsa Election, storms Malabo for Christ



Jeremiah Omoto Fufeyin?s Foundation gives out N10.7 Million for members … As he predicts outcome of Bayelsa Election, storms Malabo for Christ

Prophet Jeremiah Omoto Fufeyin through his foundation, Jeremiah Omoto Fufeyin Foundation (JOFF) gave out a total of N10, 714,000, to members of Christ Mercyland Deliverance Ministry (C.M.D.M), Warri, Delta State, popularly called Mercy City alias ‘The Arena of Solution and Power’.

The gesture saw over 50,000 worshippers’ troop to church despite the heavy rain to attend the service tagged ‘The father’s blessing’. The man of God, Prophet Jeremiah Omoto Fufeyin had announced that members should come to church to receive N10, 000,000 million naira cash gift.

Theresa Moses, the Church’s publicist, said Prophet Omoto-Fufeyin explains that sacrifice breaks protocol; the father’s blessings need an action to cause a reaction. “A sister to the wife of a top politician in Nigeria challenged my God that if she is able to get married pledge to give my God the sum of N10,000,000 million naira. I also promised that when she fulfills her vow I will share the money among members of the church.

“My God answered her and she got married. When it was time to redeem her vow she said until she gets pregnant. I called upon my God and He answered me. She got pregnant and delivered successfully like a Hebrew woman. She came to testify to what God has done but refused to fulfill her vow”.

Reading from the Book of Ecclesiastes 5:5 NIV which says: “It is better not to make a vow than to make one and not fulfill it. Since the woman refused to fulfill her vow, I decided to fulfill my own pledge because my God has blessed me more than N10, 000,000 million naira; money is not my problem”.

The money, according to Theresa Moses, was distributed through scratch card. What you scratch is what you win. But workers of the ministry are not eligible to partake in the exercise. After distributing the scratch card for almost two hours, over 405 persons got cash gifts in naira and dollars while others were; Go to the mountain, you’re victorious, be prayerful, amongst others.

According to the church’s Publicist, five persons received N200, 000 each, 10 persons received N100, 000 each, 20 persons received N50, 000 each, 200 persons received N25, 000 each, 66 persons received N15, 000 each, 100 persons received N10, 000 respectively while those with; meet Prophet Jeremiah for your blessings, 5 persons received $400 each.

During the church service the famous clergy prayed for peaceful election in Bayelsa and Kogi states this weekend as he predicts the outcome of the election. “The same way I reveal the secret on the postponement of the presidential election early this year, it’s the same way I’m telling you; they will end up in court” he said.

Jeremiah Omoto Fufeyin?s Foundation gives out N10.7 Million for members … As he predicts outcome of Bayelsa Election, storms Malabo for Christ

It could be recalled that his predictions early this year over the postponement of the general election and the outcome of the election went viral like wildfire. On the 7th of February, 2019 the Tireless General Overseer as he’s fondly called prophesied that the 2019 general election will be postponed.

The famous prophet known for his giving storms West Central African Country, Malabo, Equatorial Guinea for a 3-days prophetic crusade; Theme: Lazarus is not Dead, John 11:1-44. The crusade kicks off tomorrow, Thursday 14th through Saturday, 16 November, 2019 at the National Park, Malabo (Parque Nacional De Malabo). 3:00 pm daily C.A.T. Come and experience the power of God like never before.

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Stay connected with the man of God on social media and the following platforms: Twitter @christmercyland, Instagram Verified page @prophetjeremiahomoto, YouTube @christmercyland, Facebook Verified page @prophet Jeremiah Ministries or visit the church

By Theresa Moses

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