My time on earth is up, says controversial cleric, Odumeje, as he ‘predicts’ his death


Controversial cleric and General Overseer of The Mountain of Holy Ghost Intervention and Deliverance Ministry, Chukwuemeka Ohanaemere, also known as Odumeje, has predicted his death.

Odumeje said his death will come very soon.

The clergyman who is also a musician made this known the other day in his Sunday service at Onitsha, Anambra State.

Odumeje has in recent years hit the headlines for his stunts, theatrics and manner of communication.

Odumeje said he will soon die. He made this statement during his Sunday service at Onitsha Anambra State on March 19, 2023.

According to him, His time on earth is short and he has instructed his son, David to look after his family.

Odumeje was born in Imo State, Nigeria into a family of six children and was the third born child. He had very limited formal education as he dropped out of school at an early age and cited “financial constraints” as the root cause. Prior to becoming a clergyman, he relocated to Anambra State in search of a better life, where he established a business as a struggling leather designer, a profession he would eventually abandon to establish a church.

Odumeje’s claimed methods of healing earned him the title; “The wrestling pastor,” “the Liquid metal,” ”the Lion,” etc. Odumeje had a feud with a former female associate, known as Ada Jesus, who accused him of being a false prophet and a charlatan who stage-managed miracles.

Upon being described as a “money-inclined show maker”, he declared his detractors to be noisemakers.

In March 2022, his church building was identified as one of the houses obstructing drainage channels in Okpoko, Onitsha, and a part of the church was marked for demolition. The Governor of Anambra State, Prof. Charles Chukwuma Soludo, had pledged to clear the drainage channels to check flooding in the area. 

Odumeje was manhandled by the government officials that came for the demolition exercise as he tried to stop them from carrying out the operation. However, Governor Soludo reacted to the incident by promising to discipline those that manhandled Odumeje and also warned that the pastor should be ready to bear the cost of demolition since he was given adequate notice before the exercise was carried out.
~Courtesy, Daily Review
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