Pastor prays for dollar to crash breaks internet

A Nigerian Pastor, Chibueze Okezie has set the tone for laughter, following his prayer for the United States dollar to crash in the wake of worsening hunger crisis in Nigeria under President Bola Tinubu.

Recall that no fewer than 15 persons have been arrested by the Nigeria Police in connection with looting and stealing from a warehouse belonging to the Agric Institute at the Federal Capital on Sunday March 3rd 2024.

The acclaimed Prophet, who hails from South Eastern part of Nigeria, was heard in 2 minutes 18 seconds a viral video on social Media, predicted that the rise of Naira against the dollar is imminent, despite the removal of petroleum subsidy by President Bola Tinubu on May 29, 2023 impact.

Worshippers in Pastor Chibuzor’s church, chanted Amen in unism during the intercessory prayer and ministration by the Pentecostal pastor who was clad in a floated black regalia.

Pastor Chibuzor who claimed to be a Prophet of God that operates from heaven, also directed worshippers in his church to stretch forth their hands and prayed against the spirit of inflation in Nigeria.

“Dollar to Naira is what? Right now, our dollar to Naira is how much? — N1,800 to N1,900 or whatever it’s now.

“Now, hear me. My name is Chibuzor Okezie. I operate from heaven. Now, dollar hear my voice, go down in the name of Jesus Christ.

“You will know that I am a Prophet after today. This suffering is too much. I cannot be hear as a Prophet and my people are suffering.

“Dollar crash, crash!! Dollar fail fail fail!!!
The Bible says in the book of Genesis “Money faileth and Jacob sent the people with money to Egypt to go and buy food. Now, dollar hear my voice, I command you to fail”, Chibueze declared.

TheNewspad reports that the dramatic prayer by the Cleric, has triggered waves of comments by Nigerians in both social and mainstream Media.

Meanwhile, security.has been beefed up across warehouses across the federation; Just as some Nigerians have suggested Swift distribution of foods by concerned agencies of government in Nigeria.



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