An Abia-Based Pastor Mortuary Miracle Gone Wrong

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An Abia-based pastor made headlines after storming the mortuary at the Federal Medical Centre (FMC) Umuahia to raise a dead woman back to life. The pastor is known for his charismatic approach to faith healing. However, he believed that his spiritual power could defy the laws of nature and medicine.

An Abia-Based Pastor Mysteriously Disappearance

After his failed attempt to resurrect the deceased woman, the pastor mysteriously disappeared from the scene. It was later revealed that his “resurrection power” had left him behind. Moreover, forcing him to sneak back home unnoticed. This unexpected twist only added fuel to the already blazing controversy surrounding his actions.

Nigerians who are known for their wit and scepticism, did not hold back in their reactions. Social media was buzzing with comments ranging from sarcastic to downright humorous. Comments like “He used the wrong power. He should have applied Abido-shaker” and “This one is new in the game, he thought those stage miracles na real he now faces reality” flooded the internet. This highlights the general sentiment of disbelief and mockery.

The Pastor’s Defense: Lack of Faith Among Nigerians

In an attempt to salvage his reputation, the pastor attributed the failed resurrection to the lack of faith among Nigerians. According to him, the woman refused to wake up because people didn’t believe in his “resurrection power” that was genuine. This explanation only fueled further debate. Nevertheless, many questioned the pastor’s humility and accountability.

Furthermore, this incident acts as a warning about the perils of misguided faith and the significance of responsibility. Despite being treasured in various religious beliefs, miracles demand a blend of faith, modesty, and recognition of reality. The pastor’s daring action, although bold, lacked the essential foundation in spiritual insight and practicality. This highlights the necessity of critical thinking, scepticism, and evidence-based approaches when assessing claims of miraculous healing and resurrection.

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