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The Testimony of Emmanuel Amos
“The Testimony of Emmanuel Amos"
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aviour for freeing !mmanuel!
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Chapter 1: My Escape to "New ife"
"!rain up a chi"d in the way he shou"d #o and when he is o"d$ he wi"" not
depart fro% it" &Prover's ((: )*.
This is a story of %od2s works 3 mighty# wonderful and mysterious 3 in
obedience to the command of 4!* 5"($T to me saying: “Go and testify
what I have done for you.”
'ne usually thinks of misfortune as an act of fate and that we can do
nothing to alter the events of our lives. To an e6tent this is true. $n the case of a
child of %od# his life is planned1 78roverbs 19: :;. 0hether that plan is fulfilled
or not depends on a number of factors# the individual2s closeness to %od# his
view about the ultimate purpose of life# and the socio3spiritual environment he
The course of your life is challenged by some e6ternal factors. The crisis is
reached when you give over your 0$&& one way or the other# for good or evil.
)ou can love or hate. )ou can wish to understand or misunderstand. The will to
obey is the greatest force of a new born 5hristian# while the will to disobey is
the most destroying force of the sinner.
A child when left alone in the world is controlled by one of two powers:
good or bad# right or wrong# %od or the devil. !veryone is challenged by these
two forces of life# and each must choose which life he must live. And $ believe
that is what the <ible says: =Train up a child in the way he should go and when
he grows he will not depart from it.> )ou will agree that the dearest and closest
person to any child2s heart is his mother. An orphan is an unfortunate child and
more e6posed to attacks of the devil than children with parents. A mother is a
protector of body and soul but it becomes double tragedy when both parents are
lost and more so in most mysterious circumstances.
My story started ?? years ago in a little village called Amerie $riegbu '@u
$tem in <ende &ocal %overnment Authority# $mo tate. My parents were not
classified amongst the rich but my dad was privileged to inherit A? hectares of
land from my grandfather# a blessing which has today brought the greatest
misfortune ever recorded in the history of the family. My dad was greatly
envied by his distant and near relations for reasons $ do not know# perhaps for
his vast land inheritance.
0e were a happy family# my parents having got four of us: &ove# Margaret#
!mmanuel and 5hinyere. After having the first two daughters# my parents
waited for 1A years before having me 7the only son; and later my younger sister
5hinyere. This brought real happiness to the family but this happiness was
short3lived as the first tragedy struck. My lovely and caring mother died. he
was alleged to have died owing to witchcraft# and four years later my father
died# again through an alleged work of BuBu involved against him. Two years
after the death of both parents my eldest sister# &ove# disappeared mysteriously
and Margaret# the second daughter of my parents# went mental. $t was a chain
of tragedies in the life of a humble and otherwise happy family. My younger
sister 5hinyere and $ were sent to our grand parents. There $ completed my
elementary education and was later admitted into $tem "igh chool. $ read up
to 5lass $$$ and dropped out of school as a result of lack of fund for fees etc.
hortly after that# my grand parents also died. After all the ceremonies that go
with burials# an unknown relation collected my younger sister 5hinyere# and up
to this date $ do not know her whereabouts. $ was forced by severe
maltreatments to go back to my father2s house# and there to live alone at the age
of 1C years. "ow does a child of 1C years feed himself in the midst of his
father2s enemies and conseDuently his own enemiesE "ow very afraid $ was!
These events seemed to have brought me to the end of worthwhile living. 0as
there anyone who caredE 0as there anyone who was concerned about “a little
'ne day $ met a friend $ knew during my elementary school days named
5hinedum 'nwukwe. 5hinedum loved me very much and having heard all that
befell took me to his parents who readily received me and took me as a second
son. &ife came back to normal again. $ was well cared for. $ was happy again:
then $ knew that the %od my mother prayed to when she was alive was alive
somewhere hence "e had provided me with new parents# so $ thought in my
mind. $ enBoyed this goodness for about two years and then the devil struck
5hinedum and his parents were traveling to *muahia and their car ran into
a tipper carrying laterites. 5hinedum and his parents died on the spot! 'n
hearing the news $ collapsed. My sorrow could better be imagined. $ managed
to survive through the burial ceremony# supplying those cooking with firewood
and running errands: at the end of which $ went back to my father2s house and
resumed the menial Bobs to be able to feed.
$ continued doing odd Bobs on the farm# in gardens# going a fishing with
elders until one day# a man from my compound hired me to work in his farm
for F0k. At the farm he subBected me to a series of Duestions. -irst# he asked me
to show him my father2s landsG secondly# to hand over such lands to a man# no
matter how closely related he was. $n either case $ obBected and he was
offended. "e then vowed to kill me in the forest. $ became afraid and ran and
shouted for help. *nfortunately# because the area was far into the thick forest#
no one came but help came from %od. "e pursued me with his knife but being
younger $ was too fast for him and fell into a pit of about 1.H? meters deep and
was covered by the grass in it. "e searched for me and after a while he gave up.
$ later struggled out of the pit and through another route returned to the village.
$ reported the incident to the elders in the compound but no action was taken 3
the common plight of orphans. This incident created real hatred in my young
heartG no one loved me# no one cared. $ reflected in my mind why anyone
would want to kill me knowing $ had no parents. &ife was full of misery. ,ow $
know that %od in "is love restrained the devil from suggesting suicide to me. $
turned to the 5hurch and became a full member of the Assemblies of %od
church in my village 7$ still am; but unfortunately no one cared even when
some of the members knew about me. $t is important to note that $ became a
full member of the church without knowing 4esus 5hrist. $ never knew what it
meant to be <'(, A%A$,. $f you are in the 5hurch of 4esus 5hrist and find
yourself in the situation $ found myself# give your life to the &ord 4esus 5hrist.
The cripture says: “Let Him have all our worries and cares, for He is always
thinking about you and watching everything that concerns you” 71 8eter F: I 3
&iving ,ew Testament;.
$n the midst of all these hardship and suffering A&$5! appeared! Alice was
a girl $ knew during my elementary school days. he was five years older and
from the same village. 0e were in the same class# sat on the same bench and
became very friendly. 0ith this childhood2s Jlove2 affair# we promised Jgetting
married2 when we would be old. Ridiculous! A child of 11 years then# without
parents# no education# no food to eat# promising marriage to a girl of five years
his senior! Alice later left for Akure for her secondary education and sent me
do@ens of Jlove2 letters.
The ne6t time $ met Alice# $ was 1F years and she was ?0. he had finished
her secondary school education and was working with the tandard <ank
&agos 7now -irst <ank;# where her parents lived.
Alice having known my background and my plight took advantage of it.
he told me to Boin her at &agos and handed me her house address with ,F0
7,aKra: ,ational 5urrency of ,igeria;! That was a fortune for a young boy of
1F years who had never earned up to ,? a day! This was manna from heaven
and this meant that &agos must be a wonderful place with plenty of money and
the good things of life for all to enBoy. Then $ must go to &agos to make my
own money and get riches too. %oing to &agos to my mind was my only way
of escape. !scape from my father2s enemies# escape from my enemies# escape
from hunger and A&& my problems. Escape! Escape! )es# escape from All
that is eil!!!
+ !here is a way which see%eth ri#ht unto a %an$ 'ut the end thereof are the
ways of death. , Prover's 1-:1(
+ .ut the wic/ed are "i/e the trou'"ed sea$ when it cannot rest$ whose
waters cast up %ire and dirt. !here is no peace$ saith %y God to the
wic/ed. , Isaiah 01: (23(1
And life outside 4esus 5hrist is e6actly as stated in the above criptures. $
left my village armed with ,F0 and the address given to me by Alice# escaping
to freedom! liberty! en"oyment and all that go with them: but as you will see
later it was far from what $ had conceived in my young heart. 0hen $ arrived in
&agos# it was so beautiful in my eyes and $ compared it with "eaven# whatever
"eaven is like. $ saw all those tall and beautiful buildings and on each face $
could see happiness 7so $ thought;. 8eople appeared very busy each one
minding his/her business. $ was e6cited and said to myself# now # $now # am
$ arrived at Akintola (oad# .ictoria $sland and was well received by Alice
and her parents. The parents knew me and my background as we came from the
same village but never knew of my relationship with their daughter. Alice then
introduced me to them as a man she has Jchosen2 to marry. The parents were
shocked but after some discussions with her# agreed on the condition that they
would further my education. Alice reBected their offer and reDuested that $ be
allowed to live with her in her own flat. The parents could not accept this but
she insisted. They had a strong argument for four days and under some
une6plained influence they agreed and $ moved in with Alice.
Alice# a very beautiful girl# told me that she was an accountant with the
tandard <ank and that she would make me rich and give me all that $ needed
in this life and said: =4ust settle down and enBoy yourself!> My first impression
about &agos was true after allG few months ago $ was in a small hut in a small
village surrounded by hatred# starvation and suffering and here $ am# living in a
big city# in a well furnished flat with a beautiful Jwife2 who had promised to
give me all that life could offer. he showered me with gifts# money# clothing#
Jlove2 etc. $ never knew that the world was filled with these Jgood things2. The
devil indeed is a deceiver! The cripture rightly says: “The thief cometh not but
for to steal, to kill and to destroy. !L" the son of man #$%&'& (H)I&T* can
give life and give it more abundantly” 74ohn 10: 10;. /ear reader# the devil has
no free gift! 0hatever he gives you is for an e6change with your soul. This
state of euphoria was short3lived# because after a period of three months strange
things started happening.
!he Mysterious E4periences
'ne night# $ woke up in the dead of the night and found a boa3constrictor
beside me. $ wanted to shout but could not. ome nights# $ would wake up to
see Alice2s body as transparent as a cellophane bag. ome nights# she would
disappear and reappear. ome nights $ would hear strange noises or dancing in
the living room etc. $ could no longer bear these fearful happenings so $
decided to ask her# and the first reaction was violence and serious warning. he
said: =/o not ask me this Duestion again or else $ will deal with you.>
-rom then $ knew my life was in danger. $ then preferred the sufferings in
the village to what $ came to discover. $ became afraid of her. Two days passed
and she came with smiles# gifts and hugged me. he told me how much she
loved and cared for me and encouraged me not to be afraid and promised to
e6plain things to me later. he took me to a night club and there reminded me
of her promise to make me rich etc.# and told me: =',! /A) )'* 0$&&
+,'0 A&& T"AT $ +,'0!> 0e came back and life continued as normal
between us. $nwardly $ knew $ was in danger# but how could $ escape and
where would $ escape toE $t is important to note here that Alice2s parents did
not know that their daughter# though young# was involved seriously in
occultism and spiritualism and she seriously warned me never to tell them if $
loved my life. /ear reader# can you imagine# a ?0 year old girl doing all these
thingsE The outside world saw her as a very beautiful and harmless girl
working with a big <ank but she was the devil2s agent. There are a lot of Alices
in the world today as you will find out later in this book.
5 6orrific 7iscovery
'ne day# after she had left for work# $ decided to search the flat. As young as
she was# the flat was well furnished. he had four refrigerators and on opening
one# $ saw human skulls# different parts of human body both fresh and dry.
$nside the ceiling were skeletons. $n another corner of one of the rooms $ saw
7what $ later knew as a Jchamber2; a water3pot filled with blood and a small
tree in the centre of the pot# a calabash and a red cloth by it. $ could not
continue. ,ow $ knew that $ was a dead man and since $ had no where to run to.
$ surrendered my life to whatever comes# life or death and kept sealed lips.
Alice came back from work and from the way she looked at me# $ knew that
right in her office she knew what $ did in the house.
Encounter with the 8ccu"t 9or"d
The following day she reDuested me to follow her to a meeting. $ was already a
captive and had no choice. 0e went to a very big building on the outskirts of
&agos. 'n arriving 7the building had an underground conference hall;# $ was
instructed by Alice to enter backwards. $ obeyed and entered with my back# she
also did the same. The hall was so large with about F00 young men and women
seated in a circle# and seated above them was a man whose head could only be
seen and without a body# as the &eader. ome of these young people were
students# undergraduates# graduates# teachers etc. Alice pressed a button on the
wall and a seat came out from the ground and $ sat. he did the same and
another came out for her and she sat. he introduced me to the congregation as
a new member and they applauded and welcomed me. Alice was promoted as a
result of this. All that they discussed in the meeting $ never understood. At the
end of it and as we were about to leave# $ was asked to come back alone the
following day by the &eader. This was my first encounter with the occult world.
That same night# at ?.00 a.m. 7and this is the usual hour of meetings and
dangerous operations by all the forces of darkness and their agents;# Alice woke
me up and revealed certain things to me. he said: =$ am not an ordinary human
being. $ am half human and half spirit but mainly of the spirit. 0hat you see in
my chamber is what $ use during my prayers every morning# so that the spirits
will guide me through the day. As for the skeletons $ will tell you later.>
$ never said a word. he brought out some books on world mysteries for me
to read# and with my inDuisitive mind $ decided to read them. hortly $ became
interested and immediately she saw that $ was now interested. *nknown to me#
she sent my name to an occult society in $ndia. As previously instructed# the
following day $ went back to the society alone and there met nine others and
some witnesses. 0e were to be initiated. 0e were called out to the centre of the
hall and the following things were administered to us:
1. A concoction that looked like putty was rubbed on our bodies. This Dualifies
you as a full member.
?. A glass shot of oil3like liDuid was given to us to drink. This Dualifies you to
be an a%ent.
C. A gunpowder3like substance was rubbed on our heads. This Dualifies you to
study their mysteries.
*nknown also to me# this initiation ceremony was being recorded in $ndia
and the ne6t day $ received a letter from them. $n the letter $ was instructed to
stain the letter with my own blood and to post it back to them through a means
they described# not the 8ost 'ffice. $ did. -rom this point# there was no turning
backG turning back meant death as one was always reminded and $ knew there
was no more hope for me.
Covenant with 5"ice
!arly one morning# she told me there was an important ceremony to be
performed in the house. At ?.00 a.m. she brought a crawling child# a girl# alive.
<efore my eyes# Alice used her fingers and plucked out the child eyes. The cry
of that child broke my heart. he then slaughtered the child into pieces and
poured both the blood and the flesh into a tray and asked me to eat. $ refused.
he looked straight at me and what came out of her eyes cannot be e6plained in
writing. <efore $ knew what was happening# $ was not only chewing the meat
but also licking the blood. 0hile this was happening she said: =This is a
covenant between us# you will never say out anything you see me do or
anything about me to any human on earth. The day you break this covenant
your own is gone.> Meaning that the day $ break this covenant $ will be killed.
After this incident $ started having strange feelings inside me. $ was
changed and could no longer control myself. A word of warning to mothers. /o
you know your house helpsE 0hat is his/her background likeE /o you care to
find out all about him/her before entrusting the lives of your children etc. to
him/herE "ow did Alice get the little child she slaughtered# you may ask.
Therefore parents# know the background of your house helps.
0hen Alice saw that she had succeeded in getting me fully involved in
8$($T$M and was fast growing in it# she was satisfied an knew her mission
was accomplished. he found a flat for me# helped furnish it and thereafter
severed the relationship.
Covenant in India
The ociety in /elhi# $ndia sent me a second letter asking me to come over to
$ndia. $n it also $ was instructed to do the following: =!at e6creta# eat decaying
smelling rats# and to have se6ual intercourse with spirits in the cemetery at
After fulfilling the above $ was bound never to have any se6ual intercourse
with any women on earth. $ sent a reply to their letter informing them that $ had
no visa neither do $ know how to get to $ndia. At this time $ had started doing
Jbusiness2. $ was a serious smuggler but because of these powers behind me $
had no trouble with customs etc.
$ started having a lot of money# food and materials were no longer scarce.
'ne day# $ locked my flat and went outG coming back# $ opened the door and
behold a man sitting in the parlor. $ was afraid. "e said: =Are you not
!mmanuel AmosE> $ said $ am. "e said: =$ have been sent to come and collect
you to $ndia# so get ready.> $ locked everywhere# went and sat beside him on
the cushion ready for the ne6t order. <ut like lightning# he touched me and we
The ne6t place $ saw myself was in a big conference hall in /elhi# $ndia#
with a large congregation already seated and waiting to welcome us. They
brought out files where my name had already been written and asked me to sign
beside it. $ did. A tray containing human flesh# cut in pieces with a basin of
blood were brought. An empty Bug was given to each person# then a man
without a head went round pouring the blood and flesh into the Bugs. /ifferent
candles and incenses were being burnt also. The headless man made some
incantations and everyone drank the blood and ate the meat and the meeting
!he Initiations in India
,ow the period of my testing had come. $ was sent to a valley about ?00 metres
deep. $n it were assorted dangerous reptiles and wild beasts. These were to
torture me. $ was not to shout# for if $ did# $ have failed the e6am and the
conseDuence was /!AT". After seven days of agony $ was brought out and
sent to a place called J$,/$A 4*,%&!2.
$n this Bungle# $ saw different types of demonic birdsG demonic because
some had faces like dogs# some like cats# etc. )et with wings. $nside this Bungle
was a cave# and this cave is only opened by these demonic birds. They opened
the cave and $ went inside. The things $ saw are hard to e6plain. There were
terrible creatures# some looked like human beings but with tails and without
human faces# etc. This was another place of torture. The torture there could best
be described as semi3hell. $ was in that state for I days and was brought out.
$ was then sent to a very big library that contained large volumes of mystic
books to study. $ later picked two books: Abbysinia# which means destruction#
and Assina# which means giving life or curing. &ater $ was given more books. $
was instructed to build a chamber as soon as $ return to ,igeria with the
following things in it: =A native water pot filled with human blood# a living tree
inside# a human skull# vulture feathers# wild animal skins# boa skin and a big
shiny laterites beside the pot.> The blood inside the water pot is to be taken
every morning with an incantation. $ was also instructed never to eat any food
cooked by "*MA, but that $ would be fed supernaturally. 0ith all these
instructions $ came back to ,igeria the same way $ went# and fulfilled all.
.ac/ 6o%e in Ni#eria
$ had now become a part and parcel of the spirit world and could travel at will
to any part of the world. According to the books $ brought# spirit beings are
living in space. 8erhaps they would increase my powers# so $ decided to try. $
came out of my house# made some incantations and called the whirl wind and
disappeared. $ found myself in space and saw these spirit beings. 0hat do you
want they askedG $ told them $ wanted powers.
$ came back to earth after two weeks having acDuired powers from them.
&ike $ said earlier# $ no longer could control myself. /espite all these powers $
had already received# $ still needed more and more powers! $ then decided to go
into underworld to prove what was written in the books given to me.
'ne day $ went to a hidden place in the bush# made some incantations as
stated in the books and commanded the ground to open. The ground opened
and the demons created steps immediately. $ stepped in and went right inside
the ground. There was total darkness that can only be compared with one of the
plagues that occurred in !gypt as recorded in the <ible. $ saw a lot of things
that are hard to e6plain. $ saw people chained# people used for making money 3
their duties are to work day and night to supply money to their captors.
$ saw some elite society members who came in to do some sacrifices and
would go back to the world with some gifts given to them by the spirits
controlling the place. $ saw some church leaders who came for powers#
powers to say a thing that is accepted without Duestioning in the church. $
stayed for two weeks and came back after receiving more powers. 8eople saw
me as young and innocent but never knew $ was dangerous. There are lots of
such people aroundG only those in 5hrist 4esus are safe in real sense of safety.
Covenant with !he :ueen of !he Coast
'ne evening# $ decided to have a walk. Along !bute Metta bus3stop# $ saw a
young beautiful lady standing. $ never spoke a word to her. The ne6t day while
passing also $ saw her still at the same spot. The third day $ saw her still at the
same spot and while passing she called me. $ stopped and introduced myself to
her as !mmanuel Amos but she refused introducing herself.
$ asked her name and address but she only laughed. he asked me mine and
$ told her the street ',&). 0hen $ was about leaving# she said she would visit
me one day. $n my mind $ said# that was impossible# $ did not give her my
house number how then could she come. <ut true to her words# $ heard a knock
on my door after a week of that meeting at the bus3stop. There she was# the
mysterious lady! $ welcomed her in my mind. 7$ wondered who this beautiful
lady was# and did she know she was treading on dangerous groundsE; $
entertained her and she left. After this first visit# her visits became regular
without any relationships.
$ noticed that in her visits she kept to a particular time# and would not come
a minute earlier or later! $n some of her visits $ would take her to the &agos
<arbeach# or to the 8aramount "otel or Ambassador "otel etc. All these while#
she still did not tell me her name. $ decided not to worry since $ knew the
relationship would not develop more than that. $ had already been instructed
never to touch a woman.
uddenly she changed the day visits to nights. /uring one of the visits she
told me: =,ow it is time for you to visit me.> 0e stayed together that night and
at H.00 a.m. the following day we took off. 0e Boined a bus and she told the
driver to stop at the barbeach. As we stopped# $ asked her: =0here are we
goingE> he said: =/on2t worry# you are going to know my house.> he took
me to a corner of the barbeach# used something like a belt and tied around us
and immediately a force came from behind and pushed us into the sea. 0e
started flying on the surface of the water and straight to the ocean. /ear reader#
these happened in my physical form! At a point we sank into the sea bed and to
my surprise $ saw us walking along an e6press way. 0e moved into a city with
a lot of people all very busy.
!he ;pirit 9or"d
$ saw laboratories# like science lab# designing lab# and a theatre. At the back of
the city# $ saw young beautiful girls and handsome young men. ,o old people.
he introduced me to them and $ was welcomed. he took me to places like
=darkroom># =drying room># and =packing room>. he then took me to a main
factory and warehouse and then came to her private mansion. There she sat me
and told me: =$ am the &ueen of the coast and would like very much to work
with you. $ promise to give you wealth and all that go with it# protection and all
that go with it# life and an Jangel2 to guide you.>
he pressed a button and a tray came out with human flesh 7in pieces; in it
and we ate together. he commanded a boa to appear and asked me to swallow
it. $ could not. he insisted but $ could not# how could $ swallow a live boa. he
then used her powers and $ swallowed it. These were three covenants: The
human flesh and blood! the boa and the demonic an%el were always there to
make sure no secret was revealed.
<ut the Jangel2 was given power to discipline me if $ went astray and also
to bring me food from the sea any time $ was here on earth. $ promised to obey
her always. After this promise she took me to another part of the ocean# this
time an island. There were trees and each of these trees had different duties:
3 tree for poisoning#
3 tree for killing#
3 tree for invoking# and
3 tree for cure.
he gave me powers to change to all kinds of sea animals like hippopotamus#
boa constrictor and crocodile and then she vanished. $ stayed in the sea for a
week and through one of the means 7as crocodile; mentioned above $ came
back to the world.
!he <nderwor"d a'oratories
$ stayed in &agos for a week and went back to the sea# this time for two months.
$ went into the scientific laboratories to see what was happening. $ saw
psychiatrists and scientists all working very seriously. The work of these
scientists is to design beautiful things like flashy cars# etc.# latest weapons and
to know the mystery of this world. $f it were possible to know the pillar of the
world they could have# but thank %od# ',&) %'/ +,'0.
$ moved into the designing room and there $ saw many samples of cloth#
perfumes and assorted types of cosmetic. All these things according to &ucifer
are to distract men2s attention from the Almighty %od. $ also saw different
designs of electronics# computers and alarms. There was also a T.'. from
where they $new those who are born a%ain (hristians in the world. There
you see and differentiate those who are church %oers and those who are
$ then moved from the laboratories to the Jdark room2 and Jdrying room2.
The dark room is where they kill any disobedient member. They kill by first
draining the person2s blood and then send the person to the machine room
where he/ she will be ground to powder and then send the dust to the Jsack
room2 where they will be bagged and kept for the native doctors to collect for
their charms. There were more things which are hard to e6plain in writing.
/espite all these powers in me# $ was not yet Dualified to meet with &ucifer but
only Dualified to be his agent. All the same $ was satisfied that $ now had
powers and could face# challenge and destroy things at will. 5ould there be any
other powers any where $ mused within my mind.
!he 9ic/ed >ei#n
+!he thief co%eth not$ 'ut for to stea"$ and to /i""$ and to destroy. I a% co%e
that they %i#ht have "ife$ and that they %i#ht have it %ore a'undant"y,
'n returning to &agos# $ continued in my business and after two weeks $
went back to the sea. The Lueen of the 5oast gave me what she called her =first
assignment>. $ should go to my village and kill my uncle# a prominent powerful
native doctor who was responsible# according to her# for the death of my
$ obeyed and went but having not killed before# $ hadn2t the courage to kill
him# rather $ destroyed his medicines and rendered him powerless. As a result
of this act he lost all his customers till this date. $ came back to give a report
assignment but she was wrathful with me. he said the conseDuence of
disobeying her instructions was death# but because of her love for me she
would send me back to the same village to kill two elders who she said gave a
helping hand in the killing of my parents. 0hether this was a punishment for
disobeying her or not# $ did not know.
"owever# $ obeyed and went back to the village and Jmanaged2 to kill these
men and sent their blood to her. As a result of the mysterious circumstances of
their death the elders in the village went to inDuire from another powerful
native doctor who normally sent lightning to investigate the killer.
*nfortunately for these men# $ met the native doctor in spirit where he was
consulting with spirits and warned him not to say anything if he loved his life.
"e came out and told the elders to go home and beg one of their sons whom
they had offended and never mentioned my name.
The lightning he sent returned and struck in their midst killing some and
leaving many wounded. After this first act# the powers in me started
manifesting themselves. $ would deform a girl for refusing me friendship etc.
My Meetin# with ;atan
$ later went back to &agos. 'ne day# a girl named ,$,A came to me. ,$,A
whose parents were from Anambra tate was a very beautiful young girl but
lives mostly in the sea# i.e. the underwater spirit world. he was an ardent agent
of the Lueen of the 5oast and very wicked. he hated the 5hristians to the core
and would go all length to fight 5hristianity. $ first met her during my visit to
the sea. ,$,A came for an errand from the Lueen of the 5oast.
0e left immediately and reaching there $ learnt of our having a conference
with &ucifer. atan# in this meeting# gave us the following instructions: To fight
the believers and not the unbelievers# because the unbelievers were already his.
0hen he said this# one of us asked: =0hyE> "e said the reason was that %od
drove him out of Jthat place> 7he refused to call the word J"eaven2 and all
throughout our meetings with him he never mentioned the word J"eaven2.
(ather he would always use the word Jthat place2; because of pride# and
therefore he does not want any (hristian to %et there )*eaen+.
"e also told us that we should not fight the hypocrites. =They are like me>#
he said. "e continued his speech and said: =0e should only fight the real
5hristians.> That his time was near! therefore “we should fi%ht as neer
before and ma$e sure no one enters 'that place'.” o one of us said to him:
=0e heard that %od has sent someone to rescue mankind back to %od.> atan
then asked: =0ho is thatE> ,ne member answered “-esus” and to our
%reatest surprise! .ucifer fell from his seat. "e shouted at the man and
warned him never to mention that name in any of our meetings if he loves his
life. #t is true that at the name of -esus eery $nee must bow )/hil. 01 23+!
After this incident he encouraged us and told us not to mind =these
5hristians># that he &ucifer would soon come to rule the world and would give
us# his agents# a better place so that we would not suffer with the rest of the
world and he would make us rulers. *e continued that since man li$es flashy
and fanciful thin%s! he would continue to manufacture these thin%s and
ma$e sure that man has no time for his 4od and that he would use the
followin% to destroy the church1
At the end of this speech he dismissed the meeting. This was my first meeting
with atan. everal others followed after this meeting. As we were leaving# the
Lueen of the 5oast# who now appears in different forms# invited me to her
mansion. he inserted human ashes with other things inside the bones of my
two legs# a stone 7not an ordinary stone; in my finger and something else inside
the bone of my right hand.
!ach of these things had their duties. The stone in my finger was to $now
the thou%ht of anyone a%ainst me. The one in my right hand was to empower
me to destroy and the ones in the legs are to make me more hardened and to
become more dan%erous and also to enable me chan%e to a woman! beast!
bird! cat! etc. he took me to one of the laboratories and gave me a telescope# a
T... and a video. These were not ordinary things but were to be used in
detecting the born again 5hristians and the church goers inside the 5hurch.
-inally she %ae me si5teen %irls to wor$ as my a%ents. 6#6A was one
of them. $ came back to &agos armed with the above mentioned Jgifts2.
Transformed into 7atan8s A%ent
# had no human feelin%s nor mercy in my heart any lon%er. $ went into
operation immediately and destroyed fie duple5 at a go. They all sunk inside
the ground with their inhabitants. This happened at &agos in August 1:H?. The
contractor was held responsible for not laying a good foundation and paid
dearly for it. A lot of destruction happenin% in the world today are not man
made. The devil2s duty is to steal# kill and destroy. $ say it again# satan has no
$ went into causin% accidents on the roads etc. A case $ would like to
mention is about a young convert who went about testifying of his salvation
and deliverance. "e was causing a lot of harm in the spirit world for doing this#
so $ planned an accident for him. 'ne day he was on a lu6urious bus to &agos.
"e had an appointment where he was to give his testimony. As the bus was on
high speed# $ wheeled it out of the road and it went and crashed onto a tree.
All the passen%ers died e5cept this youn% conert.
"is escape was miraculous because he came out of the vehicle through the
boot of the bus and shouted: =$ am safe! $ am safe!> 0e tried to stop him from
testifying but we failed.
Throu%h the T.'.! we would $now a man who repented newly and would
pursue him seriously to see if we could ma$e him bac$slide. $f after si6
months we do not succeed# we would %o into his business and ma$e it %o
ban$rupt. $f he/she is a civil servant we would oppress him9her throu%h the
boss! and if possible ma$e the boss terminate his9her appointment. $f after
all these he refuses to backslide then we would give him up. :ut if he
bac$slides he would be $illed to ma$e sure he does not hae a second
chance to repent.
$ destroyed lives to the e6tent that &ucifer became very pleased and made
me chairman of the wi;ards. A month after my chairmanship# a meeting was
called. 0e attended that meeting as birds# cats and snakes. These creatures are
used for the following reasons:
1. Turning to birds make wi@ards more dangerous.
?. Turning to cats make wi@ards able to reach both spirits and humans.
C. Turning to rats enable wi@ards to enter into a house easily# then in the night
turn to shadow# and then to human being and suck the victimMs blood.
$n this meeting we had only one item on the agenda: “The (hristians.” 0e
then scheduled to hold an African wi;ard conference in :enin city in 2<=>.
0e published it in all the dailies and all the public media. All the forces of
darkness were mobili@ed and we were very confident that nothing was going to
interrupt this meeting. $n fact everything was well planned and there was no
uddenly# the (hristians in 6i%eria went into prayers and praises unto
their 4od and all our plans were shattered. ,ot only that our plans were
shattered but also there was real confusion in the $in%dom of dar$ness. As a
result# the witchesM and wi@ardsM conference could not be held in ,igeria.
(hristians should note that the moment they %o into real praises to 4od
almi%hty! there would be trouble and confusion both in the sea and in the
air! and the a%ents of satan would hae no restin% place. /rayer is li$e
throwin% a time?bomb in our midst and everyone would escape for his/her
#f (hristians would reali;e and use the power and authority 4od has
%ien them! they would control the affairs of their nation! ,nly (hristians
can sae our nation.
After the failure of this conference# which was later held in 7outh Africa! $
was called back to the sea. 0hen $ arrived# $ was told from that moment #
would ma$e the sea my home and only isit the world for difficult
operations. $ was given a new assi%nment1 inventing charms for native
doctors# in charge of the control room and sending the gifts# i.e. openin% of
white %arment churches )prayer houses+! openin% of maternities! openin%
stores and ma$in% them prosper! %iin% 'children' and money. These will be
e6plained one after the other: 2. ,penin% of @hite "4arment (hurches"1
0hen a man comes to us for an assistance to build a prayer house and help him
performing healings etc.# he would be given some conditions:
a; "e will agree to donate to us one or two souls eery year.
b; At a certain level of office in the church the person would be initiated to our
c; ,o member would be allowed to come into the prayer house with shoes on.
0hen he accepts these conditions# he would be given something like a
white %rael! human bones! blood and charms! all in a natie pot. "e would
be instructed to bury this pot with all its content in front of the church and
bury the cross on its top. After the burial! only the cross should be seen. "e
would be advised to build a pool or $eep a basin where spirits would
continue to supply special water. This water is what you hear them call
Many people when disturbed by evil spirits go to these =prophets> to cast
them out. The truth is# they only add more demons to them. A deil cannot
cast out deil. 0hat the prophet would do is# he will pray for the member and
then give him/her a red cloth to put in his/ her house# and then would advise
him/her to always pray with candles and incenses. <y this act the person invites
us into his/her house. ometimes the member would be advised to bring a goat
etc.# for sacrifice. These sacrifices are for us to come and help cure the man.
The prophet has no power to cure or heal.
0. ,penin% of Aaternities1
$f a woman comes to us for assistance in opening a maternity and making it
prosper# she would be given this condition:
"A month would be chosen by us in which all the children born in the
maternity would die! but the other months the children would live.>
$f she accepts# she would also be %ien a charm which would attract
people into the maternity. There are such maternities in 'nitsha# &agos# etc.
shoes are not allowed into such maternities.
>. ,penin% of Bancy 7tores1
0hen a man approaches us for assistance in this respect# he would be given a
ring with a condition that no woman should be allowed to touch it. "e also
must a%ree to be our member. $f he accepts to fulfill these conditions# his
store would be stoc$ed always with the best and latest materials by us.
C. 4iin% of (hildren1
$f a barren woman goes to some native doctors# after laying her complaints# she
would be asked to bring the following: a white coc$! a %oat! natie chal$ and
baby care. he would be advised to go and in her absence# the native doctor
will come to us bringing these things. 0e would then mi6 certain things which
are difficult to e6plain in writing# and include human ashes. *e would use
this charm to coo$ food for the woman etc. he would become pregnant and
give birth# but it's not a normal human bein%. #f the child is a female she
would lie and een %et married but would remain barren all her life. #f
the child is a male he will lie and een be trained only to die suddenly.
They neer lie to bury their parents.
$ would like to mention here that barrenness is mostly caused by demons.
Dou may see a woman barren here on earth! but she would hae children
in the sea. $ therefore advise %odMs children to wait on %od alone because only
%od gives real children.
E. 4iin% of Aoney1
$f a man comes to us for money# he would be given these conditions to fulfill:
"e will be asked to %ie a part of his body or if he has a family he would be
asked to brin% his son. $f single# he would be asked to bring his elder or
0hoever he decides to bring must be from the same womb. omething
worth mentioning is: during the killing of the victim# the person who brought
him would be given a spear or an arrow. "is relations would be made to file
past in a mirror. As soon as the one he had donates passes! he would be
as$ed to stri$e and as this happens the ictim would die where he is.
There are other methods but one thing atan does is that: "e makes sure
that in the different methods# the donor becomes responsible for the death of
the victim# by making the donor strike the victim. remember! satan has no
6ow ;atan @i#hts Christians
+@or we wrest"e not a#ainst f"esh and '"ood$ 'ut a#ainst principa"ities$
a#ainst powers$ a#ainst spiritua" wic/edness in hi#h p"aces., Ephesians
After the command by &ucifer to fight the 5hristians# we then sat and mapped
out ways of fighting them as follows:
1. 5ausing sicknesses.
?. 5ausing barrenness.
C. 5asing slumber in the church.
A. 5ausing confusion in the church.
F. 5ausing lukewarmness in the church.
9. Making them ignorant of the 0ord of %od.
I. <y fashion and emulation.
H. -ighting them physically.
Amongst the above $ would like to e6plain two:
2. Bi%htin% physically1
0ith the T... given to me# $ would see the born again 5hristians. 0e do not
fight hypocrites because they belong to us already. 0e would then send our
%irls first to the bi% churches. #nside the church they would be chewin%
%um or ma$e a child cry or do anythin% that would distract the people
from hearin% the word of 4od. They may decide to come spiritually and
cause the people to sleep while the preachin% is %oin% on. The moment they
see you have a sober reflection because of the preaching# they would wait on
you outside the church and as soon as you come out# one of them would %reet
you and een present you a %ift 7and itMs always what you love; and would
appear very friendly. he would do everything and before you knew what was
happening you had forgotten all you learned in the church. <ut for a real
5hristian# one of these girls# after the service# would Bump out to greet you and
would desire to know your house with the prete6t that she was new in town and
did not know many 5hristians around. 'n taking her home# she would Duickly
buy bananas and the 5hristian would take this as a gesture of love. he would
continue her visits until she finally puts off the li%ht of (hrist in you and then
stops coming. MaBor operations in the living churches and fellowships are:
discoura%in% the (hristians from readin% and studyin% the @ord of 4od!
and thereby ma$in% them i%norant of their authority and of the promises
of 4od. $n crusade grounds these %irls would be sent to cause disa%reements
6ow Christians are AnownB
The born again 5hristians are not known by the <ible they carry always or the
many fellowships they attend. They are $nown in the spirit world by the
li%ht that shines continuously li$e a ery bri%ht candle in the heart or a
circle of li%ht around the head or a wall of fire around them. 0hen a
5hristian is walking along# we see an%els wal$in% alon% with him9her! one by
the ri%ht! one by the left! and one behind. This makes it impossible for us to
come near him/her.
The only way we succeed is by making the 5hristian sin# thereby giving us
a loophole to come in. 0hen a 5hristian is driving a car and we want to harm
him/her# we find that he/she is never alone in the car. There is always an Angel
by him/her. ,h if the (hristian only $nows all that 4od has for him! he will
not meddle with sin or lie carelessly!
0. The Aa$in% of :ac$slidden (hristians
As a chairman appointed by &ucifer# $ would send these girls to living churches
and fellowships. These girls would be well dressed and after the preaching
would come out for the altar call# pretend to have received 5hrist and would be
prayed for. At the end of the fellowship or service they would hang around
waiting for the preacher who naturally would be very happy for these new
The converts may even follow the preacher to his house. $f the preacher
does not have the spirit of discernment she would lure him into the sin of
fornication or adultery. This takes place the moment he admires her lustfully.
he would make sure he continued in this sin until she finally Duenches the
pirit of %od in him and then leave him# mission accomplished.
At this Buncture# $ would like to give a testimony of a Minister. $n the evil
spirit world he is known as a man of %od. 0hen he went on his knees there
would be confusion among us. 0e therefore sent these girls to him. This man
would even feed them but would refuse to be enticed. They did all they could
but never succeeded. As a result# these girls were killed for their failure.
$ then changed to a woman and went to him# and by words an actions tried
to entice him# but he was adamant. This was too much for me# so $ decided to
kill him physically. 'ne day# this Minister went to 'duekpe (oad market town.
$ watched him and as he bent down to price some commodities $ wheeled an
oncoming trailer loaded with drums of oil into the market where he was. The
trailer struck the ,!8A high tension pole and fell right into the market# leaving
many people dead# but this Minister escaped. "ow he escaped was a miracle.
Another day# $ saw him traveling to ,kpor town on foot. $ again wheeled an
oncoming army lorry loaded with yams to kill him. The lorry went straight into
the new cemetery road# killed many people# but this Minister again escaped.
After this second attempt we gave up. "e is still alive!
:ecause of a sin%le (hristian! the deil may decide to destroy many
souls! thin$in% he could $ill him! but he always fails. These incidents had
happened to many 5hristians unknown to them# but their 4od always
deliered them. The trouble is# the deil does not %ie up. "is thoughts are
always: =$ may succeed.> <ut he never does. As lon% as the (hristian wal$s
with 4od's .oe and remains in *im and does not %et entan%led with the
affairs of this life! the deil can neer succeed! no matter how hard he tries.
'nly the unbeliever is at his disposal.
The ,ppression of the (hristian
This mostly happens in dreams. A 5hristian may see in his/her dreams the
1. A dead relation visiting him/her.
?. MasDuerades pursuing him/her.
C. Mates swimming in the river.
A. Mates bringing food and asking him/her to eat.
F. A single female having se6ual intercourse or even a married one having se6
with a man. This# if not dealt with# sometimes leads to barrenness.
'r a pregnant woman sees herself having se6ual intercourse with a man. This#
if not immediately dealt with# could lead to a miscarriage.
$f a 5hristian e6periences the above in his/ her dreams# he/she should not
put it aside by the wave of the hand# but on getting out of sleep he/she should
e6amine himself/herself and confess any known sin unto %od# bind all those
demons and ask %od to restore whatever had been tampered with. This is very
important. The person should also seek the help and counsel of a mature pirit3
filled 5hristian# older in the faith.
The Feil's 7oul @innin%
0hen 4esus 5hrist was leaving this earthG "e gave "is disciples a command:
=%o ye into all world and make disciples of all nations.> 0hile some 5hristians
are still waiting for a more suitable and convenient time to obey this command#
the devil has also given this command to his agents. The difference is# the
deil's a%ents are more serious in winnin% souls than the (hristians!
,ne of the areas of the deil's soul winnin% is the secondary schools!
especially %irl8s schools. ome of our girls are sent into the schools as
students. @e supply them with all the latest and e5pensie underwear. This
is first priority# because in girlsM hostels# they like using underwear only. ,ur
a%ent would neer lac$ anythin%! cosmetics! dresses! underwear! boo$s!
proisions and money. A particular bathin% soap would be %ien to her to
lend to any student who re&uests for soap from her. A girl desiring to be like
her would be attracted and would befriend her. %radually our agent would
introduce us to her. At this point we would visit her physically and would start
giving her gifts and meeting her needs. 0ith this# she would Boin us willin%ly.
he in turn would win another and so on. This is taken as a mission and it is
carried out with a determination to succeed.
'ne thing should be made clear: satan does not force anyone. @hat he
does is to attract and ma$e you come to him willin%ly. That is why the <ible
says: “)esist the devil and he will flee from you” 74ames A: I;. Another area of
soul winning for the devil is %iin% lifts. 0e would send our girls to stand on
the road# and usually they are very beautiful and attractively dressed. )ou will
also find them in hotels and through these avenues we get men and women.
Aany people we see adertised in the papers as missin%! %ot lost throu%h
%iin% lifts to %irls they did not $now.
)ou should therefore be careful who you lift in your car.
My Encounter with ?esus Christ
$n the month of -ebruary 1:HF# we had our normal meeting in the sea# after
which $ decided to travel to 8ort "arcourt in (ivers tate# to visit my late
uncleMs wife. $ met a man called Anthony. "e has a workshop at ,waBa
4unction# along Trans3Amadi (oad# 8ort "arcourt# (ivers tate. "e sent for me
and since in our society we have a law never to refuse calls# $ decided to answer
his call. $ went to him in the afternoon on a Thursday of that week. "e started
by saying %od has given him a message for me. "e brought out his <ible and
started preaching. There were three other 5hristians seated 7a male and two
females;. "e continued his preaching for a long time and $ wasnMt sure $ heard
all he said. "e asked me to kneel down for prayers. $ obeyed and Duietly knelt
#mmediately he started his prayers. # was $noc$ed down by the spirit
of 4od and # fell flat. $ struggled up and stood like an iron. $ destroyed the iron
chairs inside the workshop. $ looked outside and saw three of our secret society
members# a man and two girls. They came in human form and moed
towards the door but because of the power of 4od they could not enter.
$ am sure the alarm in the sea alerted them of the trouble and with the T...
they knew where the problem was and had sent the MpowerlessM rescue team.
This always happens when any member runs into trouble. 0hile the two
5hristian men pulled me down on my knees# the girls continued praying and
binding the demons# but they were not specific. They asked me if $ believed in
4esus 5hrist# $ said nothing. They asked me to call the name of 4esus# $ refused.
They asked me my own name and $ told them. They struggled for hours and
released me to go. ,o spirit was removed from me# so $ went out the same way
as when $ came in.
!he Church Events
The following day being -riday# $ was invited by the same Anthony to attend
their night vigil at the Assemblies of %od church# ilver .alley# 8ort "arcourt. $
accepted this invitation because attending church services to cause slumber and
confusion was part of our assignments. The program started with choruses. 0e
sang until one of the members raised a popular chorus by a particular 5hristian
<and# of the powerlessness of other powers e6cept 4esusM power.
Then $ started laughing. $ laughed because when in the spirit $ looked into
their lives almost three Duarters of the people singing this chorus were living in
sin. $ knew that because of the sins in their lies! they were e5posed and
could be harmed seriously by these powers. #t is important that (hristians
obey the word of 4od and not allow besettin% sins to remain in their lies.
$n that service we were four from the sea and were singing and clapping with
them. Again $ want to stress here that when a service is started# members
should be adised first to confess their sins! then %o into a period of real
praises to 4od. This will make an agent of atan present very uncomfortable
and in fact escape for his/her life.
$n this particular service we were very comfortable and even went into
operation. Many started sleeping# choruses were sung weakly and things went
@ig3@ag. <rother Anthony had already told them about me so at about ?.00 a.m.
they called me out to pray for me. As soon as $ came out to the front they
started pleading the blood of 4esus. $ stopped them and said: =$t is not pleading
the blood that is the solution. $ am a deep secret society member. $f you agree
that you can deliver me# then will $ kneel down.> These words $ spoke were not
premeditated. The blood of -esus scares the demons and protects the
belieer! but does not bind demons. :indin% of demons only ta$es place
when the (hristian uses his authority and %ies the command.
They agreed and $ knelt down. At that point a sister led by the prit of %od
shouted and said: =$f you are not worthy# do not come near!> $ am sure many
did not understand what she meant. #t is dan%erous for a (hristian liin% in
sin to cast out demons. Many withdrew and a few came out to pray for me. As
they started with =$n 4esus name#> $ heard a big bang inside me and fell on the
floor. $mmediately the flying demon in me went into action. $ started running
with my chest. Anybody possessed with this flying demon is always very
wicked and dangerous. The brethren never saw what was happening spiritually.
$ was running because of the stronger power in the room.
Two opposing forces went into action and the atmosphere changed. $
suddenly stood up and became very violent etc. A demon went out of me and
possessed a boy in their midst and he started fighting them# trying to rescue me.
The brethren never wasted time with him rather they took him and others who
were afraid to the church vestry and locked them inside. This continued till I.00
a.m. $ was physically e6hausted and became Duiet# so the brethren gathered
around me again and started shouting: =,ame them!> =0ho are theyE> etc. $
kept Duiet. After waiting for a long time and $ said nothing# they were deceived
to believe that $ was delivered. They prayed and we dismissed. $ was so
physically weak that $ found it difficult to walk out of the church. <ut
something happened# for as soon as $ walked out of the church and crossed the
road# $ became very strong physically. 8erhaps some of the demons that left
came back. $ became very angry and decided to take vengeance on the church.
=This people had insulted me> $ said to myself# and for this insult $ was going
back to &agos and get more powers with others as wicked as myself# and then
come back to 8ort "arcourt to take vengeance on A&& the members of the
Assembly of %od# ilver .alley.
En >oute to a#os
'n getting to my uncleMs wife house# $ told them $ was leaving for &agos
immediately. $ refused to be persuaded to stay and $ took a ta6i to Mile C motor
park where $ took a ta6i for 'nitsha. My intention was to stop at 'nitsha# see a
friend and then proceed to &agos. At Mile C we took off and on getting to
'magwe# at the $nternational Airport 4unction# $ heard a voice calling me by
my native name =,+!M.> $ turned around to see if there was a known face in
the ta6i but there was none. 0ho could this beE 'nly my late mother calls me
by that name# all others including the spirit world knew me as !mmanuel.
0hile $ was still wondering# the voice came again: “6GEA! are you
%oin% to betray me a%ain?” $ did not recogni@e the voice but the voice
continued asking me: “Are you %oin% to betray me a%ain?” uddenly $ had
severe fever. The heat that came out of my body was so high that the other
passengers felt it. 'ne of them asked me: =Mr.# were you well at3all before
travelingE> $ told them $ was well and that $ never had even a headache before
leaving 8ort "arcourt.
At *muakpa in 'werri# $ collapsed inside the ta6i. The ne6t $ knew was
that two men# tall and huge# came to take me# one on my left and the other on
my right# and they never spoke a word to me. They led me through a very
rough road with bottles and metals. As we moved along# these bottles and
metals gave cuts and $ started crying but these men still did not say a word. 0e
moved on and came out to an e6press road. $t was here one of them spoke and
said: “Dou are a wanted man!” and we continued. 0e moved on to a very
large and long building that looked like a 5onference "all. As soon as we
climbed the pavement a voice from inside said: “Ta$e him in!” They took me
in and disappeared# leaving me alone.
0hat $ saw inside this hall is difficult to e6plain# but $ will try to e6plain as
much as $ can. The hall was well decorated and so large and long that one finds
it difficult to see the end of it. $ walked to the middle and then was able to see
the end. At the end was an altar. $ saw a moon and stars surrounding the sun.
Then $ saw a throne and seated on it was a very handsome man with a garment
shining like the sun. "e said: =5ome!> <ut because of "is brightness $ could
not go. 0henever $ tried to move a leg $ would fall.
$ stood up# tried again and fell. uddenly a moon came out of the throne
where "e was sitting and moved on the ceiling right up where $ stood. Then
two hands came out of the moon# held my head# shook me and my physical
body pulled off# like pulling off a dress. And the real me stood. The hands
folded it as if folding a cloth and dropped it at the corner. The moon then
moved back to the throne and then "e that sat on it said again: “(ome!”
!he ;piritua" C"eansin#
$ walked to a point and "e stepped out of the throne to me# removed my legs
one after another and poured out what was inside them and fi6ed them back. "e
did the same with my hands and put them back# in fact all the places the Lueen
of the 5oast kept powers. $ wondered in my mind# who can this be and how did
"e know the spots these things were kept. After this "e went back to "is
throne and asked me to come. As $ started walking# certain obBects started
falling from my body# scales fell from my eyes# etc.# but before $ got to the altar
it stopped. =0"!(! A(! )'* %'$,%E> "e asked.
$ answered and said: =$ am going to 'nitsha to see a friend.> "e said: “Des!
but # will show you what you hae in your mind.” *p till this moment $ did
not know who "e was# but one thing was certain and that was "e was more
powerful than all the powers $ had come across. "e beckoned on a man and
asked him to show me what $ had conceived in my heart. This man took me to a
room and opened something like a blackboard. $n fact# if there was a way to
escape $ could have escaped# for before me was written all that $ had planned
against 5hristians and my plan against the Assemblies of %od church# ilver
.alley. The man brought me back to the altar and left.
"e came out of the throne and took me by "is hands and said "e was going
to show me certain things. 'n our way "e said: “# do not want you to perish
but to sae you and this is your last chance. #f you do not repent and come
and sere me! you will die. # will show you the abode of the saed and the
disobedient.” 0hen "e said this# $ then knew "e was -esus (hrist.
!he 7ivine >eve"ations
0e entered a room and "e opened something like a curtain. $ saw the whole
world# the people and all the activities going on. $ saw both 5hristians and
unbelievers all doing one thing or the other. 0e went into a second room. "e
opened a curtain again and what $ saw was a sorry sight. 8eople chained! "e
called these people “the hypocrites.” These people looked very sorrowful and
"e said: “They will remain this way until the "ud%ment day.”
0e went into a third room. "e opened a curtain and $ saw many people
reBoicing and wearing white garments. This time $ asked him: =0ho are theseE>
"e said: “These are the redeemed awaitin% their rewards.” 0e went into a
fourth room and what $ saw was very frightening.
/ear reader# it is difficult to describe. $t looked like a whole city on fire.
*ell is real and terrible. $f you had been made to believe that "eaven and "ell
are here on earth and that man has no hereafter but total annihilation after
death# you better be well advised here and now that there is a real hell and
there is a real heaen! ,o wonder when 4esus 5hrist was on earth "e warned
man about hell. $ say it again# hell is real. $ saw it and it is a terrible place. $
asked "im: =0hat it isE> "is answer was: “This is prepared for satan and his
an%els and for the disobedient.” "e named them as recorded in (evelations
?1: H: =<ut the fearful and unbelieving and the abominable# and murderers# and
whoremongers and sorcerers# and idolaters and all liars# shall have their part in
the lake which burneth with fire and brimstone: which is the second death.>
0e went into a fifth room and when "e opened a curtain# what $ saw can
only be described as %&'($'*. $t was as if we were looking at it from
mountain top. $ saw a new city. The city was so large and beautiful! The streets
are made of gold. The buildings could not be compared with anything in this
world. "e said: “this is the hope of the saints. @ill you be there?”
$mmediately $ answered =)es!> After this we went back to the throne and "e
said: “4o and testify what # hae done for you.”
Again# "e took me to another room and when "e opened a curtain $ saw all
that $ was going to encounter on my Bourney to 'nitsha and &agos and how "e
would finally deliver me. After this "e said to me: =/o not be afraid# go# $ will
be with you.> "e led me out of the hall and vanished# and $ woke up on a bed in
another manMs house. $ shouted# so the man and his wife ran out from their
room. They first peeped and then came in. =0hy am $ hereE> $ asked. The man
then narrated how $ collapsed in a ta6i and how they carried me to the 5atholic
5athedral there in 'werri. "ow they sent for a /octor# who came and after
e6amining me said my pulse was normal and that they should wait and see
what would happen. The /octor gave them the assurance that $ would revive.
The man then took me in his car to his house and had been waiting. "e also
confessed he never knew why he believed the /octor and why he took
responsibility of taking me to his house.
They asked me my name and address which $ gave them and after that $
kept Duiet and never told them my e6perience. $ stayed calmly with this kind
family for two days and then the man and his wife drove me to the 'werri
motor park# where $ took a ta6i to 'nitsha. All that the &ord showed me about
my Bourney happened one after the other. $ took another ta6i to &agos first thing
the following morning. $ obeyed and left &agos for 8ort "arcourt the following
morning. $ often ask myself# why would the &ord save a man like me. A man so
wicked and destructive# an agent of atan! $ found the answer in these three
words: 4od is loe. $ndeed# %od is &ove!
!e%ptation and Cictory
+My sheep hear %y voice$ and I /now the%$ and they fo""ow %e: 5nd I #ive
unto the% eterna" "ifeD and they sha"" never perish$ neither sha"" any
%an p"uc/ the% out of %y hand, ?ohn 12: (13(E
After my conversion to 5hrist# the first thing that happened was all the gifts
from the sea# the telescope# the T...# shirts# photographs $ snapped inside the
sea laboratories and the photograph of the Lueen of the 5oast which were
displayed in my flat vanished.
'n returning to 8ort "arcourt# $ had the urge to testify what the &ord had
done for me but was not allowed in the church. My late uncleMs wife# who is
also a 5hristian# took me to one of the pastors# but the Duestion he asked was:
=/id he bring the paperE> $t was later that $ understood that the paper he meant
was a Mmembership letter.M 0hat has membership letter to do with my testifying
the power of 5hrist and what "e has done for me3 %od# translating me from the
power of darkness into the kingdom of "is dear on# in whom $ have
redemption through "is blood# even the forgiveness of my sinsE
$ was sad# having known that atan does not allow young converts to go
about testifying# especially those who previously were deeply involved in his
activities# and would do everything to stop such testimonies. Again $
remembered# the &ord clearly instructed me to =go and testify what $ have done
for you> and here $ was faced with reBection. 8erhaps it was not yet time. o $
decided to shelve giving my testimony to anyone. $ traveled with three traders
from Aba to Togo for a business trip. There $ bought goods worth ,190#000
7'ne "undred and i6ty Thousand ,aKra;. 'ut of this amount my personal
money was ,I0#000 while the remaining ,:0#000 was borrowed from traders
in Aba. Amongst the things $ bought were bundles of laces# assorted drugs
7especially antibiotics;# inBections# thermometers# etc. At the ,igerian border#
we were held by the 5ustoms and later were asked to pay some bribe. 0e
refused and the goods were sei@ed including those belonging to my colleagues.
A few months later# those belonging to my colleagues were released# e6cept
mine. $ went back later and was asked to pay ,A0#000# but on checking the
goods $ discovered that all the valuable goods# bundles of laces# inBections#
drugs# etc.# were already stolen. $ assessed the remaining goods and knew that
paying ,A0#000 to the 5ustoms would only increase the loss# so $ decided to
forego the remaining goods.
The traders whose money $ borrowed started chasing me. ome called the
police# others took the laws into their hands and planned to do away with my
life. The only solution was to close my <ank accounts and use all the money $
had to settle all the debts. <y %odMs grace# $ paid all e6cept ,1#000 meant for
my landlord in &agos. $ went completely bankrupt and would borrow even ?0k
for ta6i fare.
$ went to a few business 5hristians $ knew then# to seek for help to enable
me start afresh. ,one said yes or no# rather $ would be asked to come the
following day repeatedly until $ would be tired or find help. $ did not know the
0ord of %od and with all the confusion in my heart# $ would read the <ible and
would not understand. till contemplating on what to do# $ received an urgent
call from my village. $ rushed home and found that the little building $ was
setting up had been pulled down by my uncle who was also present and
threatened to kill me. The old nature in me was challenged. $ remembered when
$ was with the secret society# how he dreaded me and would go on his knees
before me. <ut now he knew $ was a changed man 7how he knew $ did not
know as $ had not traveled home since my conversion; and he now threatened
me. $ called on the &ord and said: =o you saved me to leave me frustrated and
to allow my enemies to reBoice over me!> $ wept and decided to go back to the
At least $ would be saved from all the confusion and would also teach my
uncle a lesson he would never forget all his life. Although $ took the decision# $
had two prominent fears within me: 1. /uring my conversion# the &ord clearly
told me: “This is your last chance.” My going back to the society might mean
death# not only physical but also spiritual death. ?. $f $ remained in the &ord#
my uncle was breathing threats to kill me.
$ was so confused and $ needed help. $ was ignorant of the 0ord of %od
and never knew what the 0ord says in respect of the above. /ear reader# you
will reali@e here that $ had all these confusions because of lack of follow3up as
a young convert. -ollow3up for young converts is very important and 5hristians
should take this seriously. $f you know you cannot follow3up your converts#
please do not go out for witnessing. 4esus 5hrist emphasi@ed this three times
when he asked 8eter: =imon# son of 4onas# lovest thou Me more than theseE...
Beed my lambs.” Many converts backslide because of lack of proper follow3
up. $f you love 4esus# take care of "is lambs!
!he .att"e with ;atanFs 5#ents
/uring this period the Lueen of the 5oastMs agents started pursuing me. $
suffered greatly in their hands. $ had nightmares. 'n the 1st of May 1:HF# a
month after my conversion# at about ?.00 a.m.# others in the house were asleep.
$ was awakened by these agents. They commanded me to walk out of the
house. $ obeyed# walked out and they followed behind. $t was all happening like
a dream but this was in reality. 0e moved on to the burial ground by t. 8aulMs
Anglican church# off Aba (oad# 8ort "arcourt.
'n reaching there they said: =)ou must come back. $f you refuse we will
kill you or make you a destitute.> After this instruction they left. $ regained my
senses and wondered how $ came into the burial ground. $ went back to bed and
slept. They decided attacking me in the afternoons. At times# while walking
along the road they would fight me. 'thers around would see me fighting with
the air or see me running as if being pursued. $ alone would be seeing them.
This they did for four times and stopped. Then their leader# the Lueen of the
5oast# took over. The first day she came in a car and parked beside our house.
he was well dressed and as usually very beautiful. 8eople around took her to
be my girlfriend. $mmediately she came in $ knew who she was. he came at
about 1?.00 noon when the whole area was less busy. he sat down and among
other things said: =)ou can go to your church# believe whatever you want to
believe# but if only you will not reeal me# $ will give you anything you need
in this life.> $ had not known the criptures so $ only listened and watched her
walk. he pleaded and tried to persuade me to come back to her. $ never said
yes or no to her. he stood up# walked into her car and drove off.
About two times my uncleMs wife entertained her without knowing who she
was and $ never told my uncleMs wife who the lady was. /uring her last visit she
changed her approach. This time she gave me a stern warning saying that she
had tried during these visits to persuade me to come back to her and that $ had
been very stubborn# and that this was her last visit. $f $ still refuse to come
back# she would come to me in August and would either kill me# or disfigure
me or make me destitute. 0ith this she left.
$ was afraid# so one day $ went to the church and called out a brother. $ told
him my problems and my observations on some members of the church# etc.
This brother gave me the 5($8T*(! *,$',M 7.*.; office address and told
me: “There you will find help.” $ncidentally that was the last day $ saw this
=brother.> $ have never seen him anywhere in 8ort "arcourt up till date. $ took
the address and the following day# took a ta6i to ,o. 10H <onny treet# where
the office is and met the typist who gave me the Duarterly program of activities
of the .*. (umuomasi 8ilgrims %roup# being the one nearest to me. he said:
=5ome on unday!> $ was there at the -ellowship 5entre 3 t. MichaelMs tate
chool# (umuomasi 3 at ?.00 p.m.# not knowing that the fellowship starts at
C.00 p.m.# but $ met the prayer band# so $ Boined them.
After the fellowship that day $ knew this was the right place for me. %od
provided me with a 5hristian lady# whom $ took as a mother# who took interest
in e6plaining the 0ord of %od to me and counseled me as well. The brethren
became very interested in me and cared. $ saw real love. The "oly pirit began
giving me understanding of the 0ord and my faith grew. <ut the Lueen of the
5oast did not show up as she threatened. 8salm :1# %odMs protection# was
fulfilled in my life. Isaiah +,- .,- “!o wea/on that is formed against thee
shall /ros/er0 and every tongue that shall rise against thee in 1udgment thou
shalt condemn. This is the heritage of the servants of the Lord, and their
righteousness is of me, said the Lord.” This also was fulfilled.
eptember 1:HF# $ received a message that my name appeared as a
distributor with the ilver <rand 5ement# &agos and that $ was e6pected to
report at the office on ?I/:/HF. $ left 8ort "arcourt on ?9/:/HF and arrived in
&agos in the night. The following morning ?I/:/HF# $ went into the office only
to be told by the 8ersonnel Manager that my allocation had been assigned to
someone else. "e asked me to repeat the following day ?H/:/HF to see the
Managing /irector. 'n my way back to my flat# passing through a path#
someone came from behind and gripped me and tried to suffocate me i.e. held
my nose and mouth together. $ struggled for life and while people passed by#
none came to my rescue# but the &ord intervened. 0hile $ still struggled with
the hands $ heard her shout and pushed me away saying: =0ho is that person
behind youE> he repeated a second time and disappeared. -rom the voice $
knew it was a woman but never saw who she was. $ was da@ed and staggered to
"ere again my landlord was very furious and said: =0hy did you run away
with the money of my rentE> $ pleaded with him and tried to e6plain that
presently $ was not working and would pay all his money as soon $ had money.
0ith the way he consented $ thought this matter was settled. The following day
?H/:/HF# $ went back to the office and met the Managing /irector who
apologi@ed for having given my allocation to another. 0hile he was still talking
a young man walked in and asked me: =Are you not !mmanuelE> $ said: =)es# $
am.> "e said: =)es# we have got you at last! "ave you finished runningE 0e
have visited 8ort "arcourt several times and found that you were always with
your spiritual mother. he had been a stumbling block to us and now that you
have come to &agos we have caught you! )ou can never go back to 8ort
"arcourt. $ am the one that took your allocation.> $ challenged him and told
him: =)ou canMt do anything!> The Managing /irector was surprised at what
was happening in his office. $ e6cused myself and left for the flat.
-ew minutes later $ heard a knock on my door and ,$,A entered. he
asked me if $ was going back to 8ort "arcourt. $ answered yes. he pleaded
with me to come back to them and that the Bobs $ was particularly trained for
were still lying unaccomplished: +'T$8A($ 7in the )oruba language;. $ had
3 to be in charge of the agents of demonic powers.
3 to be in charge of the =sea control room#> to monitor the happenings in the
world# to send and receive signals# and to mobili@e forces# etc.
3 to be ne6t to the Lueen of the 5oast. This involved not only ceremonies#
sacrifices# e6ecution of special assignments by her# but also other things
difficult to e6plain.
3 with the assistance of the powers of darkness# to establish new secret societies
that would appear harmless so to attract young people and more church goers.
he said# if $ accompanied her# what awaited me was double promotion and
many blessings. he confessed they were responsible for my goods being
sei@ed and stolen# also that they instigated my uncle to destroy my building and
to threaten my life. That if $ refuse following her# they would do more and
make sure that $ did not prosper. That they had decided to fight my spiritual
mother: =$f we get her# weMve got you> she said. At that# $ started preaching to
her. he stood up and said: =They are deceiving you#> and left. This took place
in the evening of ?H/:/HF.
,ot Duite fifteen minutes she left $ heard another knock. This time they
were four men. They beckoned on me to come out and $ saw myself going
along with them. 0e walked up to about ? poles and one of them asked me:
=/o you know usE> $ said no. "e continued: =0e have been hired by your
landlord to kill you.> 0hile he was still speaking one among them brought out
a gun and another brought out a dagger. $ was defenseless and knew that they
would kill me# but %od in "is supernatural manner performed a miracle that
surprised both myself and themselves. The man with the gun fired at me but
there was no sound. The man with the dagger used it on my back but it never
penetrated rather it sounded like using a rod on someone. They were as
frightened as $ was. The pirit of %od came on me and $ started preaching.
Three of them ran away# but the fourth man broke down and started weeping
and pleaded that $ should pray for him. $ did not even know what to pray at that
time but only said: =&ord# please forgive# forget and pardon him. Amen!> "e
gave his life to 5hrist so $ took him to a 8entecostal church and e6plained what
happened to the 8astor. $ handed him over to the 8astor and left. As $ walked
into the house the landlord ran out and on his knees started pleading and said:
=8lease forgive me. $ thought you decided to run away to 8ort "arcourt because
of my money 7,1#000;.> $ forgave him and we finally agreed that the money be
paid by installments.
That same night# about ?:00 a.m. the &ord woke me up. $ did not know why
$ woke up so $ walked to the living room and what $ saw was a large tortoise
facing me. $mmediately $ remembered the <ible study we had in 8ort "arcourt#
about the power in the word. $ then spoke these words: =Tortoise# since $ was
born# the home of the tortoise is either the bush or the sea# but for coming into
my house while windows and doors are locked you have sinned# and for this
you must die.> As soon as $ said this it vanished. $ went back to the room and
slept. A second time again# $ woke up and heard some noise in the living room.
$ went and there standing before me was a horrible looking vulture. $ repeated
the same words and as soon as $ said: =-or committing this sin you must die#> it
vanished also. /uring this &agos trip # saw 4od's %oodness! %reatness and
The following morning ?:/:/HF# $ took a lu6urious bus to 8ort "arcourt.
(eaching 're# the bus ran onto a tree. $t got damaged but no one was hurt. The
driver pulled it out back to the road and as he drove along# the bus started
swerving from one side of the road to another. $ remembered ,$,AMs threats# so
$ stood up in the bus# preached to the passengers and concluded by saying: =$t is
because of me that these accidents are happening. <ut from now on# there shall
be no more accidents until we get to 8ort "arcourt# in 4esusM name!> And $ sat
down. $n fact# when $ sat down# $ wondered at what $ had said. And so it was.
The vehicle moved smoothly to 8ort "arcourt. ,o more accidents or
breakdowns. The cripture rightly says: =<ehold# they shall surely gather
together# but not by Me: whosoever shall gather together against thee shall fall
for thy sake> 7$saiah FA: 1F;. They 7the Lueen of the 5oast and her agents;
tried# but because their gathering was not unto the &ord but against "is child#
they all stumbled and fell. =0hen the enemy shall come in like a flood# the
pirit of %od shall lift up a standard against him> 7$saiah F:: 1:;. $ give %od all
the glory for showing "imself strong on my behalf.
5ctivities of ;atanFs 5#ents
+Put on the who"e ar%or of God$ that ye %ay 'e a'"e to stand a#ainst the
wi"es of the devi". @or we wrest"e not a#ainst f"esh and '"ood$ 'ut
a#ainst principa"ities$ a#ainst powers$ a#ainst the ru"ers of the dar/ness
of this wor"d$ a#ainst spiritua" wic/edness in hi#h p"aces, Ephesians ):
This book would not be complete if the different methods of operation of
these powers are not e6posed. Also it is important that the different forms in
which they manifest themselves be e6posed.
'ne thing is clear and that is# the deil would either encoura%e you to
beliee that he is a myth or simple eil thou%hts! or would ma$e you see
more of his powers and less of the powers of 4od. 0hile the <ible says: “2e
wrestle not against flesh and blood but against /rinci/alities, against /owers,
against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against s/iritual wickedness in
high /laces,” the <ible also says that the weapons of the 5hristians against the
devil and his agents “are not carnal but %i#hty throu#h God to the pu""in#
down of stron#ho"ds$ castin# down i%a#inations and every hi#h thin# that
e3alteth itself against the knowledge of God, and 'rin#in# into captivity every
thou#ht to the o'edience of Christ” #4 (orinthians .5- 67+*. Again the
criptures clearly declare: “8or this /ur/ose the &on of God was manifested
that He might destroy the works of the devil” #. $ohn 9- :*. And 4esus having
spoilt principalities and powers# "e made a show of them openly# triumphin%
“Thou art snared with the words of thy mouth, thou art ta/en with the
words of thy mouth” #;roverbs <- 4* say the criptures. Therefore the child of
%od must be careful to confess the 0ord of %od# which %od has promised "e
will hasten to perform. There are three confessions stated in the 0ord of %od:
1. 5onfession of the &ordship of 5hrist.
?. 5onfession of faith in the 0ord# in 5hrist and in %od the -ather.
C. 5onfession of sin.
0hen we hear the word =confession#> we easily think of sin. The dictionary
definition of confession is:
1. Affirming something we believe.
?. Testifying to something that we know.
C. 0itnessing of a truth we have embraced.
$t is therefore to be regretted that whenever we use the word confession
some minds run to sin. The author is here encouraging the child of %od to start
today to confess what %od has said. )ou who were dead in trespasses had %od
Duickened together with 5hrist and "e has raised you up together and made
you sit in heavenly places 7far above principalities and powers; in 5hrist 4esus.
5hristians should therefore reali@e where they are seated. They should know
that they are operating from that height# above atan and his agents. The &ord
4esus 5hrist has given you all powers and authority Bust as "e has given you
all that pertaineth to life and %odliness 7? 8eter 1: C;. %od never intended
that circumstances should control "is children# rather that the 0ord of %od in
the mouth of the 5hristian should control his circumstances. %od spoke in
$eremiah 49- 4= saying- “Is not my word like as a fire> saith the Lord0 and like
a hammer that breaketh the rock in /ieces>” 5hristians# $ mean born again
5hristians# should reali@e that when the name of 4esus is pronounced# what
comes out of their mouth is fire. 0hen a 5hristian stands on the authority given
him by 5hrist and gives a command in 4esus name# fire pours out of his mouth
and any demon controlling the circumstances must obey. 4esus is alive today to
see to it that every word of "is comes to pass. Again# $ want to highlight an
important fact many 5hristians overlook# and which atan is using. 4esus# after
8eter pointed out to "im the dried fig tree cursed by the &ord# said:
7MatthewMs account; “?erily I say unto you, if ye have faith and doubt not,
ye shall not only do this which is done to the fig tree, but also if ye shall say
unto this mountain, 'e thou re%oved and 'e thou cast into the sea$ it shall be
done. @nd all things, whatsoever ye shall ask in /rayer, believing, ye sha""
receive #Aatthew 4.- 4.744*.
7MarkMs account; “Have faith in God. 8or verily I say unto you, that
whosoever shall &@" unto this mountain, 'e thou re%oved and 'e thou cast
into the sea$ and shall not dou't in his heart$ but shall believe that those
thin#s which he said shall come to /ass, he sha"" have whatsoever he saith”
#Aark ..- 4474+*.
"ere the &ord points out to us the power of the spoken word and also
encourages the 5hristian to be specific in his prayers and in e6ercising his
authority. ome 5hristians ask the mountain to move but do not tell the
mountain 0"!(! to go. 4esus said if you shall say to the mountain: =<e thou
removed and be thou cast into the sea...” &et us take the case of casting out
demons for instance. ome 5hristians bind and cast out demons without
sending them to specific destinations. This is dangerous. 0hen you bind a
demon it is bound. $f you cast it out without sending it to a specific destination#
it remains within the vicinity. $f the demon is only rebuked out of a man# he
may later come back or enter into anyone around who is not a 5hristian.
Therefore 5hristians should be careful when dealing with demons. Make sure
the demon is bound! cast out and sent to a specific destination.
ome 5hristians while praying would say: =$ arrest you demons in 4esusM
name.> $n the spirit world you really see demons standing erect waiting for the
ne6t command. <ut if the 5hristian stops at that point# he has not helped the
victim. /o not play around with the devil. )ou donMt play around with your
enemy. %od has sent you out on a ministry of deliverance and reconciliation
7reconciling men to %od;. Therefore you must be careful to do a thorough
work. $ repeat# when you bind a demon# it is bound. 0hen you cast it out to any
destination it is so. As long as you do not meddle with sin but live in the will of
%od# whatever command you give the devil or his agents in the name of 4esus
must be obeyed. %od has promised to back every word of "is. As we go on to
the ne6t phase# manifestation of atan and his agents# $ want you to have the
following passages on your mind: 1. “"e are com/lete in Him which is the
head of @LL /rinci/ality and /ower” #(olosians 4- .5*. ?. “Behold, I give you
/ower #authority* to tread on ser/ents and scor/ions, and over a"" the /ower of
the enemy, and nothin# shall by any %eans hurt you.” C. “Behold, they shall
surely gather together but not by me. 2hosoever shall gather together against
thee shall fall for thy sake. !o wea/on that is formed against thee shall
/ros/er- and every tongue that shall rise against thee in 1udgment thou sha"t
conde%n. This is the herita#e of the servants of the Lord, and their
righteousness is of me.”
$ want to show you in this book that these evil forces operate mainly in
churches# market places# graveyards# Bungles# hotels# sea and air.
#n the (hurches
0e are witnesses today that there are many possessed persons in the churches.
ome speak in tongues and even prophesy. 'nly those with the pirit of %od
can discern these fellows. <ut we are here discussing the agents of atan in the
churches. Again# we are not discussing the secret cult members who are in the
churches 7some are even leaders;# we know they are there. @hat # am tal$in%
about is those who come in as a%ents of satan1
1. To cause Duarrels and confusion in the churches.
?. To scatter the churches.
C. To make men and women sleep while the sermon is on.
A. To cause distraction of various sorts when the service is on.
F. To win souls for atan.
ince $ had already said a few things on the above in chapter three# $ will
only give you a testimony of what happened in the recent past. 5hristians
should abide by every word of the &ord 4esus 5hrist# because when they
disobey or compromise they are prone to fall at the slightest attempt of atan or
his agents. 5hristians have been called out from darkness into %odMs own
marvelous li%ht. 5hristians have been called to total separation from the
world and what it offers. “(ome out from amon% them and be ye separate!”
says the cripture.
There was this sister# sister 4 7name withheld;. he was born again and was
full member of one of the MlivingM churches. he later transferred her
membership to my own denomination. he partook in all the activities in the
church and was very active in them. <ut her character at a point became
suspicious. o a few of us decided to visit her at her house and to find out what
was really wrong with her. 0hile interviewing her# the spirits in her were
provoked and began manifesting# and then told us she was their agent in the
church. These demons were cast out of her and deliverance was ministered to
her. =ister# how come you are an agent of atan# yet a full member of the
churchE> we asked. 0hat she told us was the following: $t all started one day#
after a unday service# a MsisterM 7female believer in 5hrist# so she thought; came
to her and e6pressed her desire to be close to her because# according to this
Msister#M she admires sister 4Ms 5hristian life. he accepted her friendship without
reservations. The two went to sister 4Ms house and the so3called MsisterM brought
out bananas and ground nuts# which they both ate. he stayed with ister 4 for a
while and later left.
"er visits became regular# and on each visit she brought gifts to sister 4.
The gifts ranged from dresses# shoes# money# etc. 'n some occasions sister 4Ms
friend would come with many other girls. This continued for a period and when
the MsisterM saw that she had succeeded in putting out the light of 5hrist in ister
4# she changed and started visiting ister 4 in the spirit. ister 4 was then given a
red cloth# a water stone# a ring for her right toe# and a chain for her ankle.
<ecause she had eaten so much with them and had taken so much from them#
there was no chance of turning back. he entered into covenant with them and
started attending their meetings. he could change into snake# bat# etc. he then
became their agent to win souls for them in the church.
8raise %od she is now delivered! All the gifts given her were destroyed and
she is now happy again in the &ord. /ear reader# it all started with an unusual
friendship# and because ister 4 lacked the spirit of discernment and was not
watchful as is commanded by the &ord =watch and pray that ye fall not into
temptation#> she went astray and fell deep into the hands of the enemy and her
race could have ended in hell because of carelessness. )ou can easily identify
atanMs agents with the following: 3 They wear rin%s on one of their big toes#
chain around the ankle# nose?rin%s! unusual ban%les! etc. 3 They could enter
into a church or fellowship and be ery ;ealous in the activities of the group or
church# Bust for a single 5hristian they are after. ome behave abnormally#
others are wicked# etc.
That is why the child of %od should ask %od for the spirit of discernment#
to enable him/her identify them at a glance. The moment they know you have
recogni@ed them# they make sure they do not come near you. The reason being
that their master will warn them about you!
#n the Aar$et /laces
They operate in various forms in the market. The mar$et is one of their ma"or
areas of operations! Bust as the hotel is where they lay in wait for men. $n the
market# they pick their victims# some pre%nant women whose miscarria%es
they cause to enable them %et the blood for their blood ban$s. ome victims
they would accompany to their residence in order to visit such in the nights.
This happens to the unbelievers! 5ertain fanciful products sold in the market
e.g. necklaces# lipsticks# perfumes# and food items such as sardines =Lueen of
the 5oast> etc.# have strange origins.
There are certain actions 5hristians have to watch out# for you might see a
lady or perhaps a gentleman who suddenly touches your stomach or any part of
your body. $t causes sickness. The 5hristian therefore should# on e6periencing
this# give the word of command in 4esusM name# scattering or destroying the
plans of the devil# etc. And sure enough whatever you scatter or bind here on
earth shall be so.
$t is also very important to note that many people get initiated into atanMs
activities or get possessed through most of these cultural ceremonies and
dances. Aost of our cultures are demon oriented. ome through friends#
others through reading some pamphlets or novels. /emons hover in the vicinity
of every idol. They function through idols in the practice of idolatry 7Nachariah
10: ?;. As a definite part of religion# idolatry ascribes divine power to natural
agencies and pays divine honor to a created obBect 7(omans 1: 1H3??;. The
cripture defines idolatry as spiritual adultery 74erimiah C: H310;. Therefore a
child of %od should have no connection whatsoever# directly or indirectly# with
idolatry. o called high life# BuBu and disco music are inspired by atan and his
$ do remember# that before the &ord saved me# in one of the meetings we
had with atan# he said: =This world is mine and $ am going to rule the whole
world in my power# and would destroy all who believe in the name of the
(ighteous 'ne.> atan does not mention the name of 4esus. $f anyone does that
in his presence he/ she stands the risk of losing his life. "e promised making
those of us his agents# governors# etc. atan is a liar and indeed the father of
lies. There were also plans to silence the 5hristians in ,igeria by restricting
importation of <ibles and 5hristian literature.
"e operates through unbelievers in positions of leadership and authority# to
initiate anti3 5hristian policies and programs. "e establishes healing centers
which would appear very religious and through them claim souls. These centers
usually called spiritual healin% homes are all around us. "ere many lying
wonders are performed to deceive their clients. atan is very much aware of the
second coming of 4esus 5hrist and constantly urges his agents to hurry and be
ardent in their operations# always saying: =0e have no time left.> /ear child of
%od# atan is not sleeping# why must you sleepE
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+ @ina""y 'rethren$ 'e stron# in the ord and in the power of 6is %i#ht. Put
on the who"e ar%or of God that ye %ay 'e a'"e to stand a#ainst the
wi"es of the devi" , Ephesians ): 12311
+ 5nd they overca%e hi% 'y the '"ood of the "a%' and 'y the word of
their testi%ony... , >eve"ations 1(: 11
$ have already said much on this earlier# but Bust to give a few instances.
8lease reali;e that there is 8'0!( in that name of -esus! There is /ower in
the :lood of -esus! The cripture says: “@nd being found in fashion as a man,
he humbled himself, and became obedient unto death, even the death of the
cross. 2herefore God also had highly e3alted 6i%$ and given 6i% a Na%e
which is a'ove every na%e: That at the Na%e of ?esus every knee should bow,
of things in heaven, and things in earth and things under the earth- @nd that
every tongue should confess that $esus (hrist is Lord, to the glory of God the
8ather” #;hilemon 4- :7..*. Again the cripture says: “@nd they overcame him
by the ."ood of the a%' and by the 9ord of their testimony” #)evelations .4-
..*. &et the name “-esus” always be on your lips! These two# the name and the
blood# scatter the plans of atan# and in fact destroy the strategies of atan and
econdly# you must learn to sing praises to 4od always. There is power in
praises. There was this 8astor 3 8astor $.+. 7name withheld;. "e was pastoring
a church in !bute Metta. "e became my target and his offences were:
1. "e disturbed our peace by carrying out early morning calls i.e. preaching in
the early hours.
?. "e went about with his megaphone and stationed himself at O ? <us3stop
along Akintola (oad# !bute Metta. There he would preach. "e would not stop
at that but would keep binding demons# etc.
C. $n his church he would preach# e6posing the works of darkness# after which
he started binding demons.
A. "e prayed a lot.
F. "e was always singing and praising %od.
$ sent my messengers to him but they could not kill him so $ decided to
carry out the mission myself. 'n the said day# $ saw him walking along the new
%.(.A. A thing worth mentioning here about this 8astor is: any time we went
for him# we would see pillars of cloud by his right and left hands# walking
along with him# so these hindered us. <ut this particular day $ saw nothing# so $
was doubly sure my mission would be very successful. $ commanded rain to
fall to enable me to strike him with thunder. The rain started and the thundering
began. All the trees in the area started losing their branches# but this 8astor was
singing Boyfully. $ still remember the chorus: “#n -esus 6ame eery $nee shall
As he continued with this chorus the rain stopped# the thundering ceased.
There appeared immediately two angels# one of each side# with flaming swords.
Their eyes and the swords were like flames of fire. Then a strong wind carried
me away and $ found myself in another town! $n fact $ was baffled# but because
we were so hardened# what $ said was: =This man has escaped again!> The
8astor did not know the spiritual war that was fought on his behalf. o# you can
see# the child of %od is well secured. 0hen the <ible says: “6othin% shall by
any means hurt you#> it means what it says!
The second testimony is about a 5hristian who boarded the same ta6i with
me. "e was very @ealous and started distributing %ospel tracts inside ta6i.
0hen he gave me the tract $ reBected it. "e started preaching. o $ became
disturbed and knocked him with the ring on my finger. That was to kill him.
This boy shouted: “The blood of -esus!” $mmediately lightning and fire and
an angel appeared. A strong wind again removed me with great force out of the
ta6i and into the thick Bungle. "ad it not been that $ was a man backed by evil
powers $ could have got lost in the Bungle. The 5hristian did not know the war
that went on his behalf. All he knew# including the other passengers# was that $
had disappeared from the ta6i!
The name of 4esus or the <lood of 4esus in the mouth of the believer sends
out fire etc. The cripture says: “!he Na%e of the ord is a stron# tower: the
righteous runneth into it, and is safe” #;roverbs .:- .5*.
/ear reader# if you are a child of %od# remember that %od has magnified
"is word above all "is name 78salms 1CH: ?;# therefore confess the 0ord 7the
0ord of %od; believing that what you said shall come to pass# and it shall be
so. That is 4od's promise!
Again $ would like to mention here that you can only confess what you
know. The cripture enBoins us to delight in the 0ord of %od# meditating on it
day and night. -or you to rightly divide the 0ord of Truth# you must know it.
(olossians 9- .< says- “Let the word of (hrist dwe"" in you richly in all
wisdom.” Again ;salm .- .79 says- “Blessed is the man that walketh not in the
counsel of the ungodly, nor standeth in the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the
seat of the scornful. But his de"i#ht is in the law of the Lord0 and in His law
doth he %editate day and ni#ht. @nd he also shall be like a tree /lanted by
rivers of water, that bringeth forth its fruit in his season0 his "eaf sha"" not
witherD and whatsoever he doth shall prosper.” %et close to your <ibleG pray
without ceasingG have a singing heart and stand# e6ercise the authority given to
you by the &ord 4esus 5hrist!
Now 9hat Ne4tB
+ !he ;pirit and the 'ride say$ "Co%eH" 5nd "et hi% who hears say$
"Co%eH" 9hoever is thirsty$ "et hi% co%eD and whoever wishes$ "et hi%
ta/e the free #ift of the water of "ife. , >eve"ations ((: 11
"aving read through this testimony# you need no further preaching to give
your life to 4esus 5hrist. The cripture says: “The thief #&atan* cometh not but
for to steal, to kill and to destroy. I #$esus (hrist* have come that you might
have life, and have it more abundantly” #$ohn .5- .5*.
atan hates you and has devised various means of taking you to hell with
him. That# you can testify from this testimony. $f atan makes a promise to you
or even gives you a gift# know that it is ill3intentioned. atan is a liar and the
father of lies. %od called him your enemy! why not believe %od and "is 0ordE
$t is not by accident that you came across this testimony. !6amine yourself
and make sure you are in 5hrist. )ou will only succeed in deceiving yourself if
you choose to remain a 'church %oer' and worst of all# if you still decide to put
up an nonchalant attitude to this most important decision of your life.
0e implore you on 5hristMs behalf: :e reconciled to 4od. $f you are not
yet saved# that means if according to the 0ord of %od you have not accepted
the &ord 4esus 5hrist as your &ord and 8ersonal avior yet# following by water
baptism by immersion# we encourage you to do so without delay.
!o%orrow %ay 'e too "ate.