BOUNCE EXCLUSIVE: 7 Things To Note About Prophet Who Foresaw Otedola Bridge Accident
His words have gone ahead of him and while many never took him seriously before now, thousands tremble at what belies the future as foreseen by Prophet Udensi Godlove of Land of Oil Prophetic Ministry.
For all that cared to listen and take heed, Prophet Udensi foresaw the deadly Otedola Bridge accident which claimed at least 9 people.
After an exclusive interview with Prophet Udensi at his Lagos Church, Bounce News serves you seven things you never knew about the fiery self acclaimed Man of God.
1. He Was Born In Cameroon
Though his parents are Nigerians from Abia State South-East Nigeria, Prophet Udensi was born in South West Province of Cameroon.
He is first son and second child in a family of six children.
2. First Showed Gift Of Prophecy At Age 5
According to the Man of God, he began to demonstrate his God given talent quite early in life.
His parents had the premonition of his prophetic prowess while he was just a kid aged 5.
3. He Is Married With Three Children
Prophet Udensi already has heirs and he says he is preparing to pass on the anointing. Presently, he has three children; two boys and a girl.
4. He Once Served As A Teacher
At the Alvan Ikoku College of Education, Prophet Udensi taught students preparing for JAMB and SSCE Biology and Agric Science before venturing into full time ministration.
5. He Has Been Ministering Since 2013
The first service held by Prophet Udensi at his Land of Oil Prophetic Ministry was conducted on 28th September 2013 and had just five members in attendance.
The offering realised in that maiden service was 180 naira which is less than one United States Dollar. He also says of the 180, he gave 100 naira.
Today, over 3,000 worshippers attend each service at the ministry.
6. He Ministers In Over 20 Countries
The work of God has taken Prophet Udensi to many countries across the world including, Spain, Sweden, South Africa and Germany.
7. The Nigerian National Anthem Is Played At All Services
Prophet Udensi says he loves Nigeria dearly and that is why the national anthem is recited at the end of every service.
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