Pastor Okafor denies paying woman for fake miracle
Popular Nigeria clergy man, Chris Okafor of Mountain of Liberation and Miracle Ministry, aka Liberation City has dissociated himself from claims of performing fake miracle on a woman identified as Bose Olasunkanmi, alleged to have been paid for the purpose.
Recall, sometime last year, Within Nigeria reported a viral news about one miracle vixen; Bose Olasunkanmi with bulgy stunted arm, who allegedly got healed by five pastors, including Pastor Okafor. Later, when discovered she confessed that she received payment to feign ‘healing’.
Pastor Okafor, while addressing reporters in Lagos on Monday through his counsel, Monday Ubani, denied claims that the woman was paid N400,000 for the miracle.
He maintained that the money given to the woman was to empower her start a new life.
According to the pastor,
“The recent story in a national daily and online platforms that the sum of N400, 000 was paid to her for a fake miracle is not true.
“The lady in question came to church like every other person and the said programme through which she was healed was shown on a live television and there was nothing to hide because it was not only the woman that was healed.
“The church is not new, it’s been in existence over 10 years and the members who keep increasing have experienced the touch of God one way or the other. So there was no issue of arranging any miracle to anybody”.
On the money paid to the woman, Pastor Okafor said when the news broke, it was discovered that the woman had been going to other churches and that when confronted, she said it was poverty that made her do it and because she is a widow.
Watch video below, Pastor Chris miracle session is towards the end:
In related news, controversial Media Personality, Daddy Freeze, in his reaction to the arrest of Bose Olasunkanmi, the woman with bulgy arm, said the church has become the place of worship for the devil.
Freeze in a social media post mentioned that it will be best the security agencies involved in the arrest go for the main culprits, which are the fake pastors.