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This Is What Happened To A Cocaine Dealer Who Mocked Me – Rev. Uma Ukpai Reveals

The Leader of Uma Ukpai Evangelistic Association (UUEA), Reverend Uma Ukpai, has in a video narrated how a drug dealer mocked him and what happened afterwards. He said the man was a cocaine dealer. He warned him not to travel abroad to push cocaine anymore, or else he would die.

According to Reverend Ukpai, the man told him to “get out of the way”. He travelled abroad to push cocaine and returned. Seeing that he didn’t die, he began to mock him songing, “Uma you said I will die, here I am”. The cleric revealed that he died two weeks after.

In the video, he said, “I saw a man preaching on the altar in one of the Eastern States. He was a drug dealer. I said to him, ‘you know you are a cocaine pusher”. He looked at me and said I should get out of the way. I warned him not to go abroad to push cocaine or else he will die two weeks after his return. He travelled abroad to push cocaine and came back alive and began to mock me by singing: ‘Uma you said I will die, here I am. Two weeks after, he died”.

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