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Let there be light in the name of Jesus: Video shows Nigerians praying for transformer, ordering it to operate

  • A hilarious video showed Nigerians rallying to pray for a faulty transformer and order it to work
  • While it’s not immediately clear where the video was recorded, the people captured in the clip were speaking Yoruba and English.
  • It’s also unclear if their prayers have been answered or if the transformer has started operating at the time this story was filed.

In an attempt to get their street transformer to work, some Nigerians held a prayer session around it, ‘kabashating’ it and commanding it to produce light.

In the short clip, some people who are apparently members of the same street where the transformer is located were seen praying with great concern.

Nigerians gather to pray over a transformer. Photo credit: Maiyegun’s Diary Politico
Source: Facebook

Let there be light

The first prayer session was led by someone who spoke Yoruba but ended abruptly to make way for another prayer.

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The second person prayed in English and he clearly said in the hilarious video that there must be light, punctuating it with the name of Jesus.

However, it was not immediately clear if the transformer started working after the prayer session was held.

See the video here.

Facebook users react

The video elicited many reactions from the public. Here are a few :

Innocent Chibuike said:

“Hey! hey!! ‍♂️‍♂️ Please, is there nothing we can do to save Africans from religious slavery? This is truly out of control. This suffering caused man-made for this part of the world does not damage people’s brains.”

“What kind of wahala is this na.”

Muhammad Saheed said:

“Naija also believes in prayer.”

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In a related story reported that a Nigerian pastor would charge his church members N310,000 to fly them to heaven.

The man of God, identified as Pastor Ade Abraham, is said to be the Senior Pastor of Christ High Commission Ministry, also known as Christ Royal Assembly, Kaduna State.

He went to Ekiti state to establish a new camp where he told his members that there is a door to heaven. Members have to pay said money to take them there.