POPULAR HERBALIST ACKNOWLEDGES THE SUPREMACY OF GOD AFTER RECEIVING DIVINE HEALING

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A popular Agbor -based herbalist, Ndudi Agholor, also known as Shettima, on Christmas day, led members of his family and friends to the alter to appreciate God for healing him of the chronic ulcer he suffered last year.

Shettima, who said he inherited herbal medicine practice from his maternal grandmother and could cure ulcer in less than ten minutes, chose Divine Faith Evangelical Mission Agbor, whose Founder and General Overseer, Prophet Joseph Igbodo, played a key role in his healing, for the special thanksgiving.

He disclosed that he had spent two months in a private hospital in Agbor, where he had a major operation, but did not get any better, before a Divisional Police Officer friend of his, Samuel Yohanah, from Adamawa state, took his case to Prophet Joseph Igbodo, who met him at the point of death and immediately went into anointing and prayers.

Shettima thanked God for sparing his life, stressing that the divine healing he received would not have been possible without the intercessory prayers of Prophet Igbodo and others who wanted him to stay alive to proclaim the greatness of God and continue to be of help to many through philanthropy.

He promised to serve God the more in the remaining part of his life.

In their separate testimonies, Shettima’s younger sister, Mrs Franca Mosuro; the DPO, Samuel Yohanah; a banker friend of his, Mr Christian Ohaneri; among others, proclaimed the goodness of God to whoever believed and had faith in Him.

They said Shettima’s healing was a miracle because his case was really bad and hopeless, even as they thanked God for having mercy on him.

In his remarks before the thanksgiving, the General Overseer of the Divine Faith Evangelical Mission, Agbor, Prophet Joseph Igbodo, said there was an opportunity for every believer to meet God at the point of his or her needs, but emphasized that faith and trust were key to enjoying God’s favour.

He thanked God for using DPO Samuel Yohanah as a point of contact with Shettima, and for showing mercy on the sick man when he (Igbodo) cried to Him for healing when all hope seemed to have been lost.

Citing the biblical ten lepers made clean by Jesus Christ, out of which only one came back for thanksgiving, the Prophet lauded Shettima for acknowledging the supremacy of God and for coming to thank Him for his miraculous healing.

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