Many Nigerian pastors are funded by church of Satan abroad –Witness Kenpaul Obieke

  • Friday, January 28, 2005 - By TUNDE OYELEYE
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•Rev. Kenpaul Obieke
 •Rev. Kenpaul Obieke
 
When Obasanjo was about to be nominated by the PDP, I took it upon myself to see him so as to deliver the specific assignment God has for him as the next president.

That day, the "big ones" were all over his Otta farm residence. Gen. Babangida and others were visible among the lot. Despite the fact that I was properly accredited to see him, I waited in vain for a whole day. When I was leaving late in the evening, I dropped the letter I had written which contained most of what God instructed that I should tell him. He never acknowledged receipt of the letter, nor gave any indication of receiving it.

I tried several times to contact him but all efforts proved abortive. I was not surprised at this, for it seemed to me that most Nigerian leaders loathe meeting those they call commoners. I remembered my failed quest to see the late head of state, Gen. Sani Abacha and the unacknowledged letter too to Gen.
Abdulsalami Abubakar. Maybe they think that as military generals and head of state, they don’t have any business with a pastor. They have forgotten that it is the clergy that guided famous kings in and out of the Bible, to their greatness and exploits which gave them then a place in history.

Why the calls
As a bonafide citizen of the nation, I needed to contribute my quota to her growth and stability. As a servant of God, I intercede for the nation regularly. This is what informed my ministries new step, the Family and National Deliverance Project. From now on, the project will be annual and hopefully, it shall be held not only in Lagos but also in other cities of the nation. I believe that if I had written sweet revelations and sang high praises, they, Abacha, Abubakar and Obasanjo would have opened their doors for me. I refuse to lie for filthy lucre. I must obey He who sent me, not my stomach.

Church of Satan
It is true that churches are multiplying in leaps and bounds with very little Christian principles and doctrines in practice.
The question we need to ask ourselves is who are the men behind the churches? Are they called of God? Many of these so called ministers have degrees in secular education and top it up with three to six months’ theological training all done overseas. As soon as they come back to the country and job is not forthcoming after their savings have gone down, they dust up their Bibles and shout "Halleluyah."
These men quickly add two to one and contact their friends in foreign countries who link them to donors for ministry work. Through them, they get large amounts of money to operate and live flamboyantly, claming that their God is not a poor God.

Their funds most often come from the church of Satan in the United States. The church has agents all over the world who recruit ministers to their fold. Many of the ministers are aware of the nature of these people while some are not. However, whichever way you look at it, the ministers ended up in physical wealth but deep spiritual poverty having sold themselves and ministry to Satan. Can they ever preach the truth nor toe the path of Christ’s righteousness? No. The Holy Spirit’s departure leads to the spirit of Satan taking over their lives and ministries. He instructs and directs their affairs on daily basis. He fills their churches with his agents, males and females and even marry for those who were still single. Do you expect Christian virtues from such congregation?
The church of Satan operates openly in US and has tentacles all over the world, not only in Nigeria. This could be the reason why Christ asked if He will still find faith on earth on His return.

Meeting with Christ
It first took place in my room at Onitsha. That time, I was a businessman dealing in auto parts. I just looked up to see this averagely tall man dressed in all-white standing before me. I wasn’t praying nor engaged in any spiritual rituals. He (Jesus) just came in uninvited, unsolicited for. There and then he gave me the commission for the ministry.
The second time was in Lagos. That time, I had left my business at Onitsha and was staying at Ogba in Lagos. Already, the ministry was taking shape with people calling in for prayers and counselling. Though I was still involved in one business or the other, I still devote enough time for the ministry.
It was at this meeting that Jesus touched my head with His and imparted into me more grace and power for the work. However, along the line, I decided to forget the call and before you knew it, I relocated to London. This turned out to be the next place of meeting Jesus for the third time. As he did at Ogba, He just walked in, not through the door, but the wall. This time around, He captured me completely. Few days later, I packed my baggage and came back to Lagos to re-start the ministry.

The nation’s politics
This native of Ihiala in Anambra State stated that present corps of politicians in the country are not spiritually mature nor possess the right spiritual tone to build the nation despite her vast resources.
The Ngige experience in Anambra State will soon spread all over. This fake, gargantuan political structure cannot stay for long. It is bound to crumble. Righteousness in all situations is what exults a nation, not political gang-up raping the economy and mercilessly feeding on our resources with little or no feelings for the people. Negative forces are firmly in control of this administration and I am not sorry to say this.

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