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David Oyedepo, of Winners Chapel has rained curses on the killers of Jeremiah Omolara, the presiding pastor of the church in Romi New Extension, a suburb of Kaduna.
Omolara alongside his wife and son were travelling along the Kaduna-Abuja road on Sunday August 5th when they were attacked by suspected herdsmen who shot him dead and abducted his wife. His son escaped unhurt. The abductors are currently demanding N50 million for the release of Omolara’s widow.
Reacting to the incident, Oyedepo, who is the Senior Pastor of the Living Faith Church Worldwide rained curses on the herdsmen and their sponsors.
While preaching in church on Thursday August 8th, the clergyman said;
“Just last Sunday night for those of us who may have heard the news, one of our pastors was hacked down by Fulani herdsmen from Abuja to Kaduna. I want you to know, that it’s the last they will do because I am going to lead you now to release the curse of God upon his assailants and all their backers.
“Except I am not sent, their end has come. This evil system will crash. And I am speaking as a prophet, not as a pastor, like somebody walking on the street. This evil system that has no value for life, this wicked system – Fulani demons: In the name of Jesus, their end has come.
“Cursed be these Fulani herdsmen, cursed be their generations, cursed be their sponsors in the name of Jesus. In the name of Jesus Christ, we have cursed.”