- A Twitter user has caused a buzz on social media after he shared a mini exposé on an Abuja church that has a swimming pool inside
- According to the man, identified as Kelvin Odanz, the said pool, known as the Pool of Bethsheba, is believed to have healing powers
- Odanz stated that the pastor charges church members N50k to swim in the pool
Social media is currently buzzing with reactions over reports of an Abuja church pastor who built a swimming pool in his church and charges church members N50k - which is more than R2 000 - to swim in it to receive healing.
According to the series of tweets made by Twitter user Kelvin Odanz, the pool is believed to have healing powers, thus the fee attached to swimming in it.
Odanz also alleged that the man of God had not only cheated on his wife, he divorced her and married the mistress. Regardless of this scandal, the pastor still has a huge following.
Kelvin Odanz wrote: "There is this church in Abuja with a weird flex. The pastor built a swimming pool in the church premises and called it "Pool of Bethsheba" or something. The pool has healing powers. Enter and your problems disappear. If you want to enter the pool, you have to pay 50K per swim.
"For those who are too poor to pay 50K, there is a anointed bottle water sourced from the pool. It goes for 10K. I am not sure it has as much healing power as paying 50K to submerge yourself in the pool itself. I mean, you cannot cheat God. It issa pay as you go."
According to him, the pastor does spiritual promos sometimes, meaning he will let you bath in the pool, all expenses paid by God.
Odanz said he would like to reveal who the pastor is and the name of the church but he does not want God's punishment.
"I am a God-fearing man! But hey, anyone who tells you religion is not too the biggest problem of Nigeria is deceiving you. Religion is our own cancer!"
However, he hinted that the church is located somewhere around Kubwa.
"A very nice Brother finally shared an image from the Pool of Bethsheba. I kid you not, this is the pool. I think it is inside the Church. The most high God dwells in our midsts. You can check out YouTube for videos of his healing sessions. Or Facebook. Just as a snippet," he stated.
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