Evangelist warns of more impending deaths in Nollywood

FOLLOWING recent spate of deaths in the Nigerian movie industry, a cleric who claimed to have seen a vision, evangelist Emeka Omenka has warned media practitioners as well as members of the entertainment industry generally to intensify their prayers to avert further untimely deaths of very important Nollywood personalities.
Evangelist Emeka Omenka Evangelist warns of more deaths in Nollywood. This image is NOT the cleric’s image. Just for illustration purposes. Net photo.
Evangelist Emeka Omenka Evangelist warns of more deaths in Nollywood. This image is NOT the cleric’s image. Just for illustration purposes. Net photo.

FOLLOWING recent spate of deaths in the Nigerian movie industry, a cleric who claimed to have seen a vision, evangelist Emeka Omenka has warned media practitioners as well as members of the entertainment industry generally to intensify their prayers to avert further untimely deaths of very important Nollywood personalities.

According to the Abia State-born cleric, danger still looms in the industry except the practitioners heed this urgent clarion call for fervent prayers to avert further deaths in the fast emerging entertainment industry in the country, noting that there is an evil wind blowing through the industry.

He said that he saw a vision in 2001 that there would be a series of deaths in the Nigerian movie industry if Nigerians especially, if members fail to pray, stating that recent events in that sector had evidently shown that the practitioners didn’t heed the call to pray.

Omenka insisted that he is neither a prophet nor an apostle, adding “God has a solution to the spate of deaths in the movie industry. I have seen what is happening in the movie industry since 2001 and I feel enough is enough of deaths of movie practitioners in the country.”

He maintained that there is a road that must be closed to avert further deaths in the entertainment scene, stating that he had studied the industry in other countries of the world and found out that the spate of deaths in Nigeria is unusual and something must be done quickly to stem the tide.

Agencies

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