Ghanaians Slam Jim Iyke Over ‘Spiritual Deliverance’

Nigerian actor, Jim Iyke who got his ‘spiritual deliverance’ from the Synagogue Church of All Nations, SCOAN, under the auspices of Prophet TB Joshua is now a very unpopular man in Ghana. This is owing to his relationship with Ghanaian actress, Nadia Buari as some of that country’s citizens see his alleged delivery as a fraud. According to an entertainment website in Ghana, ghanacelebrities.com, many of Nadia’s fans claim Jim must have orchestrated the delivery so as to dupe Nadia into marriage.

“So Jim Iyke has been delivered to marry Nadia Buari? What a fraud!” one of the comments on the site screamed.

“Good actor… and is he delivered to marry Nadia. That guy is up to another of his scams,” goes yet another.

“You can fool people not always the time. This one is 100% fake, not forgetting the birth place of 419s,” another commentator said.

Another critic did not spare the man of God as he took both Jim and Prophet TB Joshua to the cleaner. This is what he said: “I believe Jim Iyke is up to something, which is either he was paid to appear on T.B Joshua’s Emmanuel TV or he is up to a bigger scam and I will tell you about the latter scam.

Some of us know Jim Iyke in other lights which I will not disclose here but from afar; we can all make clear judgments as to the sort of person he comes across as. And then after finding his way into Nadia Buari’s life (let me add that Nadia seems pretty desperate for LOVE), Jim Iyke appears on TV with a problem which needs divine intervention.jim1

ong all the problems we can stand afar and identify with this man, (I can name one as arrogance), God delivers him from demons holding him back from finding LOVE and MARRIAGE. What a perfect fraud, perfect timing and for the perfect circumstance! I won’t be shocked if we hear wedding bells between Jim Iyke and Nadia Buari soon, and this will make a perfect African movie story too. We have to call a spade a spade! What do you think?

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