Adeboye Resurrection!

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bolanle

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I de tell una! Sumtin de go on for naija o!

They said they had a call to resurrect the late ace comedian, Gbenga Adeboye. And at the graveside, they laboured intensely to re-enact the biblical Jesus-Lazarus miracle. But they failed and are now unwanted guests of the police. What do they want? What is the connection between their so-called vision and curious telephone calls on the prophet’s handset? BIODUN KUPOLUYI, our ace entertainment writer, who was there, pieces the jigsaw puzzle together.

...They were all hurrying, scrambling and jostling to catch a glimpse. Excitement and impatience were written all over their faces. The police formed themselves into a half-moon to control the surge. The three wise men wanted to repeat the feat of Jesus Christ of Nazareth to Lazarus in Bethany. They wanted to raise the late ace comedian cum broadcaster, Gbenga Adeboye, whose remains in the full glare of the world, was committed to the ground, earth to earth, ashes to ashes, dust to dust from his grave.

....Barely an hour after the telephone conversation, the three wise men arrived. Led by Prophet Samson, 42, who was wearing a brown three piece suit while his younger brother, Pastor Samuel, 36, was equally donning a green three piece suit, the disciple, Niyi, also in his 30's, was wearing a flowery Ankara. Besides their Bible, the men of God had with them a copy of Releasing the Supernatural- An Adventure Into The Spirit World, written by Bishop David O. Oyedepo. Unknown to them, there was a booby trap, the elders of the community and some clerics were already aware of their mission. The leader of the community, Lukman Ajuwon, interrogated the trio and called in the police. Before the grave was opened, Lara recalled: "I called my pastor, who came around and gave the key to the grave to them and they opened it." Grave diggers jumped into the tomb and opened the slabs. Even when the tomb was lifted, strangely, Adeboye's body was lying there in the MIC casket intact, no food for worms, no foul smell.


If u wanna read more about it : http://www.punchng.com/corporate/article01
 
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bolanle

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Well at the beg u laugh but thinking twice about it it is rather sad than funny!
How on earth can u open another person tomb and tell the World u wanna raise him from the death! I mean ...infact nuttin surprises me no more!
 

mimi victor

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These fanatics are mentally derange They get to a point they are possesd by the devil they belive it is God. Gboyega will not have die if it is not God wish
 

vince

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mimi victor said:
These fanatics are mentally derange They get to a point they are possesd by the devil they belive it is God. Gboyega will not have die if it is not God wish
So God killed him,in other words?
 

Hubscrown

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bolanle said:
hmmm...do African (especially nigerians) not always say
God gives and God takes??
I believe we had this conversation before, about God given and Taken away.
Well, if its God doing, They dont need to spend 5minutes. I mean according to what I have heard about ressurections. They dont even need to go to grave.
 
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bolanle

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Hubscrown said:
I believe we had this conversation before, about God given and Taken away.
Well, if its God doing, They dont need to spend 5minutes. I mean according to what I have heard about ressurections. They dont even need to go to grave.

thats true but to be honest, do they really think ppl are that stupid?
God told u to raise Gbenga?? According to the article, God told him to go and resurrect Gbenga, which gbenga???
It could have been any Gbenga! Besides that ppl can count that as Juju or whatever...
Juju that failed, i mean come on - it´s rather obvious!
 

Tajmahal

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This reminds me of the 'pastor' who wanted to re-enact the experience of Daniel in the lion's den at the zoo of the University of Ibadan (UI), some years back. He became instant meal for the hungry lion. Pronto!!! Our people sha.................
 

vince

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olatoludipe said:
God knows all. Just don't know what to say and my word can come out to be a sin. God is the best to know all hidden deeds and work.
Oh please! :eyes
Leave God out of the stupidity of man! :GCrolleye
 

vince

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Tajmahal said:
This reminds me of the 'pastor' who wanted to re-enact the experience of Daniel in the lion's den at the zoo of the University of Ibadan (UI), some years back. He became instant meal for the hungry lion. Pronto!!! Our people sha.................
Manna from heaven(literarily) for the lucky lion!Lol! :laugh:
 
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