Nigeria: If anything happens to me, blame the pastor – Chef Dammy
By Ahmad Hadizat Omayoza, Mamos Nigeria
Nigerian chef, Damilola Adeparushi, popularly known as Dummy Chef, has said that if anything happens to him, pastors should be held responsible.
The Ekiti-born chef disclosed on his personal Instagram page on Thursday that his life is in danger. She lives in constant fear, she said, and a few days ago she was close to death.
However, the dummy revealed that he will soon be going to Lagos for an interview to reveal details of the development.
She wrote: “When we’re done with you, you won’t be able to stand on your own two feet anymore.”
“This is from the famous “People of God”. Countless insults, curses, threats, and bullying.
“Now I understand the meaning of 1 Peter 4:17: For truly judgment begins at the house of God.”
“When a man of God first tried to challenge my God , he failed. Then he told me to prepare for war. But these are God’s people, shouldn’t they be God?
“If I had died a few days earlier, people would have had a better understanding of what I was going through through what people around me said. But I will still try to bind my work. Because it is a testimony that others can learn from.
“I know God, so I chose the invincible God. Surely they will gather together, but with them There are more people with me than there are with me. I was always afraid for my life.
“They have tried to destroy me as promised many times, but with God I will continue to live as if nothing happened.”
“Shouldn’t I have gotten over this?” It’s been 4 months already. Do you think it won’t stop until I catch my breath? I will continue to update this article while maintaining peace. ”