BOTCHED!! Man Dies Inside Coffin After Fake Prophet Paid Him N500,000 For Miracle Scam [PHOTOS]

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Man inside coffin. (Photo Credit: Reuters)
Man inside coffin. (Photo Credit: Reuters)

A man reportedly died inside a coffin after a self-proclaimed prophet paid him N500, 000 for a miracle scam in Abuja.

According to reports, the pastor identified as Bishop Emmanuel Esezobor, the founder of Firehouse Church, paid the trader for him to pretend to be dead so he would also disguise to raise him up during a crusade.

Unfortunately, the man could not live to enjoy his money as he died inside the coffin on his way to the stadium where the miracle was scheduled to unfold.

According to a source in the know, the deceased man’s wife reported the incident to the police and the pastor was consequently arrested.

Bishop Emmanuel Esezobor and his ministry is Firehouse Church who paid a man N500, 000 to pretend to be dead so he could raise him to life in Abuja. (Photo Credit: Chinasa Nworu/Facebook)
Bishop Emmanuel Esezobor and his ministry is Firehouse Church who paid a man N500, 000 to pretend to be dead so he could raise him to life in Abuja. (Photo Credit: Chinasa Nworu/Facebook)
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The source who shared the story on Facebook said: “However, the pastor has been released through the help of his influential friends in Abuja and he has gone back to the business performing strange miracle in his church in Nyanya Abuja.

“The so called Bishop Emmanuel Esezobor pastors the church with his wife and they have huge number of people to come to their church for miracle and solution to their problems.”

The story has sparked massive outrage as people cursed out on the self-acclaimed man of God on different social media platforms.

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  1. REJOINDER: FAKE NIGERIAN PASTOR
    I read with regret the post made on facebook social media at 8.06pm by one Onyebuchiukwu Abiama Agwa. In the said post, he claimed that Bishop Emmanuel Esezobor, the Founder and General Overseer of Firehouse church, carried out a fake miracle which led to the death of the victim. According to him, the trader collected N500,000 to feign he was dead, and agreed to be put in a coffin, and that the same man died inside before it reached the stadium. What an interesting story.
    Ordinarily, I would not want to respond to such a baseless report nor join issues with the writer as such would amount to giving popularity to foolishness. But for the benefit of the unsuspecting public who might be misled by such unfounded stories, it has become necessary to put the record straight. At this end time, it is not in doubt that the devil and his agents are out to fight the kingdom of God. So, it is normal for news like this to fly; of course, this will not be the end of such anyway, for the devil knows his time is short. It is biblical.
    Before I go further, let me lay a foundation of clarity that Firehouse Int’l Worship Centre is in its 6th year from inception, and has never held any crusade at the National or any State stadium. It is then surprising to hear that the victim in question was being taken to the stadium where the purported crusade took place. This is only unfortunate; men no longer fear God, their conscience is seared with hot iron.
    However, there might be a dream world from where Onyebuchiukwu Abiama Agwa is talking from, who knows. In his world he might still be talking sense, But it will be proper and for his own integrity to furnish the public with the following: *the name of the stadium where the crusade took place, *the trader’s name and the wife’s name, *the police station where the matter was reported and the IPO that handled it, *the source of his information – eye witness or hearsay. There may arise other questions, but let us have these ones. An event that took place at the stadium cannot be concealed, so Onyebuchiukwu should make bold to state his case without any fears, after all, it is for the good of the kingdom of God to stamp out false ministers who parade themselves as men of God.
    Having said the above, and while still waiting for the answers from Onyebuchiukwu and his cohorts, I want to use this medium to advise people who delight in spoiling the names of the servants of God. It is not about this particular case but some people knowingly or unknowingly have dragged their destiny to the mud by engaging in unfounded campaigns of calumny against men of God. What happened to Dathan and his group in the Bible can still take place now. Much as I do not stand to defend anyone, I am very certain that God is capable of defending his kingdom, if only we trust that He is the Almighty God. We should not blame anyone for our failures, neither look for means to destroy the success of another. It is time to ask God to direct us.
    As a Senior Pastor in Firehouse church for over 5years, I have seen the move of God that I do not meddle with irrelevancies but sometimes it is necessary to help the falling colleagues; this is the help I want to give to Onyebuchiukwu and whoever is misleading him. I have known Bishop Emmanuel Esezobor since inception of the ministry, and have seen what God uses him to do. The only way you can convince yourself is to come and see for yourselves.
    Pst Humphrey Iwunwa.
    08099369262, 08109108029.

  2. REJOINDER: FAKE NIGERIAN PASTOR
    I read with regret the post made on facebook social media at 8.06pm by one Onyebuchiukwu Abiama Agwa. In the said post, he claimed that Bishop Emmanuel Esezobor, the Founder and General Overseer of Firehouse church, carried out a fake miracle which led to the death of the victim. According to him, the trader collected N500,000 to feign he was dead, and agreed to be put in a coffin, and that the same man died inside before it reached the stadium. What an interesting story.
    Ordinarily, I would not want to respond to such a baseless report nor join issues with the writer as such would amount to giving popularity to foolishness. But for the benefit of the unsuspecting public who might be misled by such unfounded stories, it has become necessary to put the record straight. At this end time, it is not in doubt that the devil and his agents are out to fight the kingdom of God. So, it is normal for news like this to fly; of course, this will not be the end of such anyway, for the devil knows his time is short. It is biblical.
    Before I go further, let me lay a foundation of clarity that Firehouse Int’l Worship Centre is in its 6th year from inception, and has never held any crusade at the National or any State stadium. It is then surprising to hear that the victim in question was being taken to the stadium where the purported crusade took place. This is only unfortunate; men no longer fear God, their conscience is seared with hot iron.
    However, there might be a dream world from where Onyebuchiukwu Abiama Agwa is talking from, who knows. In his world he might still be talking sense, But it will be proper and for his own integrity to furnish the public with the following: *the name of the stadium where the crusade took place, *the trader’s name and the wife’s name, *the police station where the matter was reported and the IPO that handled it, *the source of his information – eye witness or hearsay. There may arise other questions, but let us have these ones. An event that took place at the stadium cannot be concealed, so Onyebuchiukwu should make bold to state his case without any fears, after all, it is for the good of the kingdom of God to stamp out false ministers who parade themselves as men of God.
    Having said the above, and while still waiting for the answers from Onyebuchiukwu and his cohorts, I want to use this medium to advise people who delight in spoiling the names of the servants of God. It is not about this particular case but some people knowingly or unknowingly have dragged their destiny to the mud by engaging in unfounded campaigns of calumny against men of God. What happened to Dathan and his group in the Bible can still take place now. Much as I do not stand to defend anyone, I am very certain that God is capable of defending his kingdom, if only we trust that He is the Almighty God. We should not blame anyone for our failures, neither look for means to destroy the success of another. It is time to ask God to direct us.
    As a Senior Pastor in Firehouse church for over 5years, I have seen the move of God that I do not meddle with irrelevancies but sometimes it is necessary to help the falling colleagues; this is the help I want to give to Onyebuchiukwu and whoever is misleading him. I have known Bishop Emmanuel Esezobor since inception of the ministry, and have seen what God uses him to do. The only way you can convince yourself is to come and see for yourselves.
    Pst Humphrey Iwunwa
    08099369262, 08109108029.
    REJOINDER: FAKE NIGERIAN PASTOR
    I read with regret the post made on facebook social media at 8.06pm by one Onyebuchiukwu Abiama Agwa. In the said post, he claimed that Bishop Emmanuel Esezobor, the Founder and General Overseer of Firehouse church, carried out a fake miracle which led to the death of the victim. According to him, the trader collected N500,000 to feign he was dead, and agreed to be put in a coffin, and that the same man died inside before it reached the stadium. What an interesting story.
    Ordinarily, I would not want to respond to such a baseless report nor join issues with the writer as such would amount to giving popularity to foolishness. But for the benefit of the unsuspecting public who might be misled by such unfounded stories, it has become necessary to put the record straight. At this end time, it is not in doubt that the devil and his agents are out to fight the kingdom of God. So, it is normal for news like this to fly; of course, this will not be the end of such anyway, for the devil knows his time is short. It is biblical.
    Before I go further, let me lay a foundation of clarity that Firehouse Int’l Worship Centre is in its 6th year from inception, and has never held any crusade at the National or any State stadium. It is then surprising to hear that the victim in question was being taken to the stadium where the purported crusade took place. This is only unfortunate; men no longer fear God, their conscience is seared with hot iron.
    However, there might be a dream world from where Onyebuchiukwu Abiama Agwa is talking from, who knows. In his world he might still be talking sense, But it will be proper and for his own integrity to furnish the public with the following: *the name of the stadium where the crusade took place, *the trader’s name and the wife’s name, *the police station where the matter was reported and the IPO that handled it, *the source of his information – eye witness or hearsay. There may arise other questions, but let us have these ones. An event that took place at the stadium cannot be concealed, so Onyebuchiukwu should make bold to state his case without any fears, after all, it is for the good of the kingdom of God to stamp out false ministers who parade themselves as men of God.
    Having said the above, and while still waiting for the answers from Onyebuchiukwu and his cohorts, I want to use this medium to advise people who delight in spoiling the names of the servants of God. It is not about this particular case but some people knowingly or unknowingly have dragged their destiny to the mud by engaging in unfounded campaigns of calumny against men of God. What happened to Dathan and his group in the Bible can still take place now. Much as I do not stand to defend anyone, I am very certain that God is capable of defending his kingdom, if only we trust that He is the Almighty God. We should not blame anyone for our failures, neither look for means to destroy the success of another. It is time to ask God to direct us.
    As a Senior Pastor in Firehouse church for over 5years, I have seen the move of God that I do not meddle with irrelevancies but sometimes it is necessary to help the falling colleagues; this is the help I want to give to Onyebuchiukwu and whoever is misleading him. I have known Bishop Emmanuel Esezobor since inception of the ministry, and have seen what God uses him to do. The only way you can convince yourself is to come and see for yourselves.
    Pst Humphrey Iwunwa
    08099369262, 08109108029

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