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How A ‘Yahoo’ Boy Became A Pastor In Living Faith Church -Revivalist Iyke Oriaku Narrates [Photos]

A popular Nigerian Revivalist, Iyke Oriaku has stared a story on how an internet fraudster gave his life to Christ and started winning souls for God.

According to Iyke Oriaku, it all started when he was posted to a church in Port Harcourt. The church had over 200 members but he rejected it because God asked him to. He later moved to Benin Republic in a branch where there was no money nor hope. But in one of their evening meetings, Mr Smith came and that was how he was arrested by the Holy Ghost.

Mr Smith refused to go back, he stayed with the Revivalist for a period of 7 years where he studied the Bible intensively. Today, he is happily married, and now overseeing a Living Faith Church in the Western part of Nigeria. Since Mr Smith’s revival, the kingdom of darkness had known no peace as he kept on winning souls and converting many yahoo boys and girls.

“Don’t wait in the streets of Babylon, come and join us in the House of God. There is Toyota and Mercedes Benz in the House of God. There is also Duplex in the House of God”, Iyke Oriaku concluded.

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