Former Abia Industrial Market Chairman Urges Christian Bodies To Fish Out Fake Pastors

Former Abia Industrial Market Chairman Urges Christian Bodies To Fish Out Fake Pastors
By Ify Ashi
Umuahia
The former chairman of Abia state industrial market chief Royal Ukaigwe has called on Christian bodies especially the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria to checkmate the activities of fake pastors across the country reiterated that they are giving Christianity a bad name.
Ukaigwe stated this at St. Stephen Methodist cathedral Umuahia in celebration of 2019 harvest and Thanksgiving church service
he stressed on the need for Christians to be united and speak with one voice and fight their common enemy that is threatening our collective faith.
Ukaigwe who is one of the pillars of the church decried the worrisome ways fake pastors deceived their members to either enrich themselves or win souls for the devil.
while he called on Christians to always read their Bible to avoid been deceived
‘Let us stop calling this people pastors, they are fake, agents of Satan and pervert who either are native doctors, water spirits or jobless men and women without the fear of God who have taken advantage of the problems of their members to deceive, dupe  and enrich themselves”
He urged Christian leaders to be up and doing to fish out bad eggs and fake pastors who are using church as a means of business
He disclosed that Methodist church is very discipline and thorough and only ordained Reverends that have been tested and certified as truly called by God while he called on the necessary Christian bodies to checkmate activities of fake churches and pastors.
Ukaigwe who is also former senior Adviser to former governor Theodore Orji thanked God for this years harvest noting that who ever is alive and breathing have every reasons to appreciate and thank God, adding that it was the reason he strived so much and ensure his group zone 2 wins last year harvest competition aimed at rising money for the church and the trophy presented to them this year.
“There are six zones and last year harvest my zone which I am the president won the trophy which they presented to us in this years harvest, we where able to rise more money for the church more than other zones and we won the cup, is a thing of job because we worked hard “.Ukaigwe maintained.
He lambasted those who in their wealth decided to give God little or insignificant gift, he said God is like a business where the more you give to him in thanksgiving the more you ripe in abundant.
“Cain and Abel is a good example in the bible and we all know how Cain ended up in life, you can also see that no one like to answer Cain as a name, you create poverty for yourself, the poor remains poor because some of them do not know the value of giving”.
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