Apostle Alfred Tseye-Okotie church fake
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Apostle Alfred Tseye-Okotie of the Hilltop Believers Assembly Incorporated in Warri, Delta State has claimed that 80 per cent of Nigerian churches are fake

Concise News understands that the Delta State-based Apostle Tseye-Okotie said this on Sunday at the Mighty Warrior International Conference 2019.

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According to him, “It is only in Nigeria you see over five pastors using the same woman to stage the same miracles.

“It is only in this country that you fake a miracle and nobody will arrest you. Go to France, you will prove it.

“Yahoo boys, ritualists now pay tithes in the church. Pastors are so blindfolded by prosperity.”

This is as he called on Nigerians, and Christians in particular, to be at alert and endeavour to do things in the right way.

“We need to change the way we think about Nigeria. Nigerians don’t love Nigeria. Nigerians don’t love Nigerians,” he added.

The clergyman noted that “If an American citizen gets lost, the whole of America will go and look for that one person. Let one Nigerian be in crisis, nobody gives a damn about you.”

He also admonished the country’s politicians to ensure they reel out good plans for the people and not base their campaigns on religion and ethnicity.

“Nigerians are the most religious in Africa. The biggest churches are in Nigeria, yet, we are so poor. Nigeria is now the capital of poverty,” he said.

“UN report says Nigeria is the world’s capital of poverty with all the wealth. Poverty has eaten deep into this country.”