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Fresh crisis rocks Our Daily Manna publisher Chris Kwakpovwe



Chris E. Kwakpovwe

Chris E. Kwakpovwe

An unpalatable allegation is currently trailing   Chris E. Kwakpovwe, publisher of the controversy ridden interdenominational daily devotional “Our Daily Manna”.


Poser as to the real purpose of  Kwakpovwe‘s annual gathering of both users and non users of the interdenominational daily devotional are currently been asked.


The need for the supposed man of God to answer this question comes to fore due to a message currently been circulated and advertised by the church in the media asking people coming for the Tafawa Balewa Square, Lagos event to come with Padlocks.

Allegations that the padlocks would be used to put people in bondage rather than free them is currently making waves, as the programme gets set to holds today.


Reacting to a voxpop conducted by on the place of Padlocks in churches Segun Onigbagbo, a medical practitioner said “It is a shame that people who are supposed to set the captive free are now putting them in bondage. I have never heard of a man of God asking people to come to church with a Padlock, as Padlocks are associated with evil and bondage.”

Akeem Gbadegeshin holds a similar opinion as he told us that people who call themselves men of God are now businessmen. They call for a convention and put people in bondage and deliver them after collecting money from them.


All this is coming in a period when supposed spiritual leaders in the country are becoming political partisan and selling their souls for money.
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