Pastor allegedly pays native doctor to hold rain during crusade

Pastor allegedly pays native doctor to hold rain during crusade

A social media user has taken to Twitter to reveal that a pastor allegedly paid a native doctor to hold rain as well as prevent it from ruining his crusade.

According to the tweep with username, @dj_wHacky; this happened in Ozuoba near Port Harcourt in Rivers state.

The pastor was said to have paid for the services of the native doctor in order to access his rain-stopping powers.

Usually whenever someone is about to be buried or a major event is slated to be held in some rural communities in Nigeria; native doctors known as rainmakers are hired to stop rain from falling that day.

They perform incantations and in some cases; sacrifices to appease the gods so that rain would not ruin the event or occasion.

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Sharing the story, @dj_wHacky wrote:

“Nothing person no go see for this Port Harcourt Rain, Pastor wan do crusade for ozuoba, e go pay rainmakers to hold rain 😂😂😂”

See the post:

The development has generated a lot of controversy and consternation among Nigerians on social media; many of whom have expressed their shock.
1st News reports that Nigerians are highly religious people and pastors or men of God; as they are otherwise known, are among some of the most influential members of the population. Popular churches and denominations such as the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG); Living Faith Church Worldwide; Christ Embassy and Commonwealth of Zion Assembly (COZA), among others, command milli0ns of followers among the populace.

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