November 30, 2022

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Fake Pastor Ituah Ighodalo Runs Away From Ebola Patients

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Pastor-Ituah-IghodaloFounder of Trinity House, [showads ad=GLO]Pastor Ituah Ighodalo once claimed he had cure to the much dreaded Ebola disease which has eventually taken over the reign of terror from Boko Haram. Pastor Ighodalo knows fully well that over 670 people have been killed by Ebola and more than 1,000 others are currently infected with the disease across the West African region. [showads ad=GLO] It would be recalled that some months back, a Liberian, Patrick Sawyer stormed Nigeria with the killer disease and lost his life in the process. Sequel to this, five other people also caught the ailment and followed Mr. Sawyer to the great beyond. [showads ad=GLO]

One of the victims whose death really touched a lot of Nigerians was Dr. Ameyo Stella Adadevoh who was reported to be close to the family of Pastor Ituah Ighodalo. [showads ad=GLO]When the respected pastor came out to say that he had the cure to the ailment, many people wondered why he could not heal Dr. Adadevoh before she finally gave up the ghost. [showads ad=GLO]

Dr. Adadevoh was known to be a staunch member of the Island social circuit just as Ighodalo and his wife, Ibidun. This prompted a lot of people to think that the pastor would come to the aid of Adadevoh whose son is a leading modern taxi-cab operator in Nigeria. [showads ad=GLO]Recently, Pastor Ighodalo on his Facebook page and we quote: “With bare hands, cleaning secretion and curing every victim, John G. Lake along with his Holy Ghost-filled team, brought to an abrupt end to the spread of the deadly virus. [showads ad=GLO] The higher life that put out Ebola in the days of John G. Lake will do the same thing through you in your day! At the name of Jesus, Ebola will bow! Stop the year! Lake and team are long gone! But I am here, you are here! We can save our world! We have the life of God in us!” [showads ad=GLO]

And in a recent interview with a popular newspaper, he said if he and any member of his deliverance team laid their hands on those infected with the virus, they would not contract the disease. “And if they drink any deadly thing (Ebola virus inclusive) it shall not hurt them, they shall lay hand on the sick and they shall recover” he said, paraphrasing a verse in the Bible. [showads ad=GLO]However, Ighodalo’s claim has attracted angry reactions from Nigerians accusing him of misleading members of the public on the dangers posed by the deadly virus. With all these bragging about having the cure of Ebola, people are very disappointed that Pastor Ituah cannot heal one of his own, Dr. Adadevoh. [showads ad=GLO]

Ighodalo, it would be recalled had been involved in several controversies in the past with his marriage to ex-beauty queen Ibidun. [showads ad=GLO]His first marriage to another beauty queen Anne Suinner hit the rocks due to reasons best known to them. But, the breakup had infuriated the General Overseer of The Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Enoch Adeboye who happens to be a cousin of his. [showads ad=GLO]

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