Chief Okpala who came with this younger brother, narrated to members of T.B. Joshua owned SCOAN how his sister in-law was kidnapped and a ransom of N150 million was demanded by her abductors
Veteran actor and comedian, Chika Okpala popularly known as Chief Zebrudaya Okoroigwe Nwogbo Alias 4:30 in the comedy series 'New Masquerade' paid a openly shared a testimony at the Synagogue Church of All Nations on during one of the church's Sunday services.
Chief Okpala who came with this younger brother, narrated to members of T.B. Joshua owned SCOAN how his sister in-law was kidnapped and a ransom of N150 million was demanded by her abductors.
According to the veteran comedian, his brother had sprinkled a little of T.B. Joshua's holy water on his wife's picture and prayed while he waited for news concerning his wife's disappearance., only to be called by the abductors informing him that they had released his wife.
Chief Okpala said: "This is the last born of my mother. When kidnappers kidnapped his wife on a Tuesday, they were demanding 150 million naira. They should have married her for 150 million naira, I haven’t seen where a woman is married for that amount.
On Thursday, we ran to Synagogue church and we were arranged in the prayer line and
he was given anointing water. He was told ,’When you get home, get the photograph, spray it on her face, throughout her body, and the whole photograph’. After the prayers as instructed,we sprayed the anointing water on the family picture. By 12 midnight, we received a call that our wife had been released.
Right now, she is with the children. And we thought we should come and testify to Chineke God. I am advising everybody under the condition and trauma we went through for 3 days when we couldn’t eat or sleep. I advise people to run to God, especially to Synagogue Church.”