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Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Actor Jim Iyke Finally Talks About His Controversial Deliverance At The Synagogue Church

Four years after his alleged deliverance at the Synagogue Church Of All Nations, Nollywood actor Jim Iyke has said his quest to find healing for his ailing mother took him to the church.





Iyke was said to have confessed that an evil spirit was tormenting his life during the session.

Speaking on the issue in an interview with Channels TV, Iyke said he was in dire straits over his mother’s ailment, hence his visit to the church led by TB Joshua.

At that point, truthfully if they told me there would be a cure in hell, I would go,” he said.

“I went there with my security, my sister, my PA and when we got there, there was constant insistence that I come to church that day and I said that wasn’t the arrangement.

“I said the understanding is that you lay your hands on her and she will get better and they said no, you must come to church.

“When the whole thing about touching people and they will say stuff started, I found it laughable, to be honest. And I remember my sister pinching me and telling me to stop.

“Next thing, the gentleman in question passed and I looked at him and still had the same look of amusement on my face and he touched me.

“Now I can’t explain what happened within that five minutes. I’m not here to start proferring explanations to spiritual things that is way beyond me. I’m a man and I understand the way a lot of things work but that, I cannot explain and nobody can suggest anything otherwise.

“I found it extremely embarrassing at that time. Further down the line, the reason I felt extremely bitter about it is that at the end of the day, my mom didn’t get healed. I still lost her.

“Some people even suggested that I got paid to come through that charade. I found that insulting. If they understood, they will understand that it is the love of a mother that drove me there.

“It took the birth of my son to let that issue go. For a long time, I was very bitter about it. I carried that yoke in my heart. The truth of the matter is that I was holding myself captive. Every time I saw him on TV, I would request that it should be switched off. I let it go after my son came.”

Iyke’s mother, Mrs Esomugha, died on April 1 2014.



*Hmmm it is well.Thank God,he has learnt to let go.

19 comments:

  1. Hmmm!!!!!
    All this deliverance they are doing up and down,it is well

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  2. And the town crier for 2017 goes to......... @Jim iyke


    Kikikiki... Abeg look Bush... When you had that fame and people loved you in Nollywood... You misused it by being so foolish and proud and behaving like someone that was taking drugs... Now, we don even forget you... Now you have lost your relevance... Kikikiki.... You don come back dry cry like a baby


    Don't care about you @Jim




    @ANONYMOUS ORUBEBE

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    1. This his sudden diarrhoea of the mouth😏😏😏. Irrelevance can do that to a human being i guess

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  3. Truth is sometimes the touch from these spiriusl people is demonic hence you fall and start saying things that aren't true about your life just to satisfy them.

    He was used for their shady charade.
    Good he has found a way to move on

    LEPπŸ˜›

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  4. Is it a coincidence that Jim's own happened about the same time the other actress confessed that she is a witch too

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  5. You allowed yourself to be used. Good you have learnt from it now and never let them deceive you again.
    Nigerian churches and pastors are just pure fake people.

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  6. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  7. Why is he saying it now. This man it is ok. At least your spiritual wife don leave you

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  8. Linda comman carry ya daddy

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  9. Thank God for his life.... At least after the deliverance your head come down.

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  10. This Jim Iye is such a try hard. He tries too hard too hard to be relevant. He prides himself as a dresser and is extremely childish in his mode of dressing. local champion sunglasses and to match gold trimming. Full of himself, talks a whole lot of trash and is very rude. Your time has passed mehn, i beg go siddon no one cares about you or your desperate attention seeking moves. Childish thing showing off shoes and bags and local wrist watches on Instagram when your mates are making millions.
    instead of you to thank TB J for delivering you from spiritual wife you are here talking rubbish and big grammar as usual. Go and marry i beg.

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  11. Good thing is that you let go. So enjoy your life now.

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  12. He and his extremely bad temper need to go back to tbjoshua to complete his deliverance. And take Tonto with you. You both gave the worse tempers in nollywood. The way Jim insults people incluywomen, on his ig page if you critique him or ask him a question he doesn't like I've never seen a man with such hot temper. Something is doing him and he needs deliverance. Go back and let tbjoshua finish the deliverance

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  13. I remember him standing up and saying * where is my shoe mehn** . It is well oh

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