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Pastor runs mad attempting to deliver a mad man in Ibadan

People living at Oke-Ado area of Ibadan, Oyo State, as well as shop owners and automobile dealers along Molete road in the town, on Thursday, watched a drama involving a pastor and a mad man.

The pastor, who was simply identified as Timothy, according to an eyewitness, got to Ososami junctions of Oke-Ado around 5.20 p.m and went to meet the mentally-deranged man, popularly known as Tunde, who was sitting in front of a building in the area.

Semiu, a shop owner around the spot of the incident who spoke with the Nigerian Tribune said the pastor began to read the Bible on sighting the mad man, while he moved closer to him and laid hands on his head.

“At a point, there was a hot argument between the duo, which made the pastor to raise his voice as he was offering a deliverance prayer for Tunde – the mad man. The hot prayer lasted for over 15 minutes before another strange drama began,” Semiu said.

Another witness, a commercial motorcyclist (popularly called Okada rider in Nigeria) said at a point, the mad man removed the pastor’s hand from his head, and “suddenly, a strange spirit got hold of the pastor and he began to remove his cloth. He was naked and laid flat on the ground, speaking a strange language, with foam oozing out of his mouth.”

The mad man, it was gathered, initially left him in this position and sat at some distance away from the pastor, before the duo later sat closer to each other, while onlookers watched the strange drama.


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  • Mobakare2000

    What makes you think this Guy that called himself a Pastor is not having mental health problem abinitio? It may be his delusion that led him to go and wanting to deliver another man with mental health problem. THERE IS A THIN LINE BETWEEN RELIGION AND MENTAL ILLNESS (All the time) 

    • Nothing but the truth

      What if the so called pastor had succeeded in healing the mad man? What
      could you have thought has happened? of course the power of Jesus
      healed, you will say, right? and not that he has mental problem. But go and know that Jesus did not heal except with the power of ALLAH. So, the truth to the whole scenario is simply that no power nor healing lies with anyone except with ALLAH, the Creator of the Universe

  • Florencedoor

    can this be true

  • Josein

    The pastor should check himself he is not a through man of God, if he is called by the almighty God, he will not be who is delivering who?

    • Wode

       On the contrary, he is seen to be more sincere than the so called big pastors. It’s just unfortunate the evil spirit in the madman overpowered him. Instead of the big pastors carrying out concocted/”arrangee” miracles at their churches, they should go to the roads and deliver the mentally derailed ones and they should also make the blinds see.  That will in deed be a real miracle, the like of the ones performed by Jesus Christ.

      • pius ifeanyi oyi

        i 100% agree with you

      • Eyenike

         What has sincerity got to do with this Wode? And when did trying to showoff and healing people to prove you are powerful indicate that you are a true man of God and that you are sincere? All i can say is that if there is a fake, it proves there is an original. There are men who fake the miracles in their churches and sadly, they are not men of God in the first place, but the power of God is still real today and it still delivers and heals. Sadly the Lord will never proves to people he is who he is by doing miracle.

  • Nwankwo Ifeanyi

    stranger than fiction but nothing is impossible. This is a classic case of Jesus i know, Paul i know but WHO are YOU?

    • Nwokeochatony

      ify i agree with u bros.too many fake people around.the pastor should have prayed well b4 going to heal someoneelse.its a bitter lesson afterall,tony nwokeocha 

  • TomAladay

    channels !!!!!!! copied from tribune without any acknowledgement ..DISGRACEFUL!!

    • smh

      Plagiarism isn’t the only thing they are known for. Its better they copy, because they don’t have good righters.

    • NMB

      But they mentioned tribune nah

    • NMB

      But they mentioned tribune nah

  • Ifeanyi Moses

    ar u guys serious? is this a joke or something?

    • Wode

       You better believe it! Not all madness are as a result of “medical” brain disorder. Most of them are as a result of possession of evil spirits/daemons/Jinns.


    Are you sure it is not a plan work?May be the pastor is trying to open his own church.Thereby trying to make believe he is real.Nigerian man can do anything for money.

  • Sunday Simon

    Except those who are called
    into the ministerial assignment
    can performed that deliverance

    • Wode

       Let the ones that are “truly” called deliver the duo. Enough work for them to do now. They should not be waiting for people to come to their churches before they receive deliverance. Let them go to Oke -Ado in Ibadan and cast the troubling daemon out of the two of them. Whoever, among them, that can take up the challenge of healing the madmen at that point are the ones I will believe to be truly called. Let the media cover it when the miracle is being performed.

      • Patriciaonyemeka

        Yes oo, i totally agree with you Wode.

  • Saintforeal

    Are u sure that the man claimed to be pastor is not mantaly ill?

  • Tolumur

    While i feel sorry for this pastor, i also think he overstepped his boundary, how do you claim to be part of an army and not recognize your general’s command, the bible warns us expressly, “Do not lay hands on anyone hastily, nor share in other people’s sin…” 1Tim.5:22. The laying of hands is a spiritual identification with the other person. And so unless you are standing properly yourself or you understand on what ground the devil is afflicting a person, it is not wise to lay hands, unless of course the Lord instructs you expressly. Jesus would often say “Whatever i see the father do, that is what i do”. By laying hands the pastor showed that he was very naive and he simply opened himself up for demonic infestation. The should just take him to a church for deliverance. A good lesson for Christians

  • Stephenswordwide

    God no the truly

  • charles

    Let this be a warning to all you pastors  who think they can play God in the life every individual they come across,” lay hands suddenly on no man, neither be a partaker of another man’s sin” (1Tim 5:22). Every time you stretch your hands to perform a deliverance healing and the likes you stand the risk of incurring the load (burden,karma,sin) of another man. This has nothin to do with being a fake christian or pastor,Even Jesus Christ felt virtue leave(depleted). So except you have a direct calling or mission from God (don’t try this at home if you are under 18), you get it.

  • amber

    im glad to hear some1 showig sympathy for the poor pastor

  • amber

    im glad to hear some1 showig sympathy for the poor pastor

  • The Truth

    Who exactly is a man of God in this country called Nigeria? Any jobless pauper who cannot make ends meet and suddenly he is seeing visions and God is talking to him? The next thing is that other hungry, jobless people will start to listen to him and follow him. Y’all need to check yourselves before….

  • James

    It is clearly written, ”
    And these signs will follow those who believe: In My name they will CAST OUT DEMONS; ……… they will LAY HANDS ON THE SICK, and they will recover.” Mark 16:17-18. Now, lets assume he was an authentic man of God, read through the scripture, you will never see where Jesus laid hands on a demon possessed person, He simply spoke a word and the leave BUT when it comes to sickness, He laid hands. Why didn’t he lay hands on the demon possessed?  To avoid transference of  spirit. 
    No wonder the good book says, ”
    Wisdom is the principal thing; therefore get wisdom; Yea, with all thy getting get understanding.  . The scripture cannot be broken.

  • Bushman

    My dear friends,”All is well that ends well.” The two mad men are talking to each other. No wahala. This is not news.

  • Chikodegreat

    There is a very great difference between mere feelings and spirituality. Most pastors today are led by their feelings rather than the clear voice of God. Just like the 7 sons of scheba, that is what is wrong with most of them. Imagine the vain use of the name of God as a” Pastor”. What a shame. I feel for them. 

  • Smarto

    This drama shd be titled “Jesus I know, Paul I know but who are u” This means that many pastors of today are not called by God.

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