Is This Real? Nigerian Pastor conducts deliverance by sucking women's breasts

A Kenyan radio station has come hard on a man purported to be a Nigerian Pastor who sucks women's breasts to 'cure their spiritual problems'.

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A Kenyan radio station, Hero FM 99.0, based in Nakuru, is alleging that a certain Nigerian man of God conducts delivery and miracles by sucking women's breasts.

In an audio telephone interview conducted by a female presenter, Kate Vobis, who called and said she needed a husband, the man identified as Pastor Chijioke, opened up that he sucks out evil from women through their breasts any time they go to him for spiritual guidance an counselling.

In the interview, the pastor reportedly confirms that the name of his church is 'Breast and Honey Harvest Church', stating that he relocated from Nigeria to answer the plant the word of the Lord in the East African country.

The said Pastor Chijioke, also revealed that his church members are all women, as men are not allowed. He said the women are told not to wear bras to make sucking their breasts much easier.

The OAP then asked the pastor if he can tell her where the bible says that a pastor must suck a woman’s breasts to heal her but the pastor refuses to answer and says:

“Don’t bring up the bible, you just come, we do this thing and then we finish.”

As the call continues, the presenter tells him her real name and that the phone call was a prank and that he is live on air.

The pastor who exclaimed 'ewo,' giving an indication he could be a Nigerian, then got angry and denied his real name which he had given her before and says she should call him a man of God instead.

Listen to the audio interview here.

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