This question is regarding “Henry” aka Chinedu Nwagbor, the social media YouTube/Periscope “prophet” from Nigeria currently residing in Texas who prophesies and interprets dreams with his wife Monic. [Henry and Monic] – WHO IS HE? On two Periscope episodes, he saw “the spirit of death” over people and on a recent episode he testified of unexplained money appearing in his bank account. WE ALL KNOW that there is no money in heaven, there’s no need for currency there, God doesn’t have a huge bank up there making unverifiable deposits into people’s bank accounts- so my question is WHERE DID THE MONEY COME FROM? Someone else has missing money that is now in his bank account!
According to a Nigerian source, there is a type of witchcraft (ju-ju) that “every Nigerian Igbo man knows about” that works by giving someone money in exchange for their money. Anyone who knows/practices this witchcraft, who gives someone money (even if it’s one cent) when they mix that money together with their own money it will cause them to loose money and the money they loose will go to the person that gave them the one cent (or whatever amount was given to them). This is done spiritually by witchcraft AND AMERICANS DON’T KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT IT! Oftentimes the person wont even realize that their money is missing. They may have $100 dollars one day and wonder “Where did that money go so fast? I don’t even know what I bought with it”- That’s how it works! And this is why in Nigeria, Nigerians don’t take money from just anyone, even if there is N1000 note laying on the ground, no one will pick it up, they will leave it there because they KNOW THAT THEY ARE LIVING IN A COUNTRY RIDDLED WITH WITCHCRAFT. Henry gives away money on YouTube and then boasts of having “miracle money” deposited into his bank account AND PEOPLE KNOW ABSOLUTELY NOTHING ABOUT THIS MAN! Henry, who are you?
A Nigerian man named Egwuowu contacted me regarding Henry’s “testimony” that he posted on YouTube and told me “you American’s are being deceived by these Nigerian “prophets” because you don’t know anything about us, you don’t know the right questions to ask and you know absolutely nothing about the evil spiritualists and practices that take place in Nigeria.” “I know that there are false teachers and prophets everywhere however, speaking as an African man, people should investigate anyone who calls himself or herself a seer or prophet from Africa, because our background is totally different from other people. Our African ancestors were highly spiritual and I don’t mean that our fathers were all worshipers of the living God, rather, our ancestors knew how to manipulate demonic realms and used their evil powers to achieve their aim, and some of that knowledge was passed down to us, it is still used very heavily today in Nigeria. For instance, I know some elders in my village who could travel spiritually without using cars or other material modes of transportation, they could teleport, appear and reappear whenever and where-ever they wanted to, and some were able to travel through flames of fire and walk through walls. There’s a ju-ju that is used to make you “bulletproof” if someone shoots you with a gun the bullet wont enter your body. If you are in doubt learn about a place called “Okon Aku Ohafia”. You Americans take this as a joke, or will even doubt that it is true and that close mildness of Americans is why we are able to dupe you people”.
I asked Mr. Egwuowu to share more stories of fetishness in Nigeria and he said “There were people who could send letters to their sons and daughters living anywhere in this world without going to the post office by making an incantation to a demon; after conjuration, the mail will appear to the intended address. Some old men could mail their letter by throwing it into a river and the letter will appear under the pillow of the recipient. Till date, there are spiritualists everywhere in Africa who can send demons to afflict someone with sickness and diseases wherever the person may be in the world. The spiritualist I knew then, all that they needed to send sickness or an accident to someone is the person’s photo, name, and address. But IF YOU ARE REALLY IN CHRIST this ju-ju can shake you, but it can NEVER kill you. If you are HOLY, you are covered by the hand of God, nothing can by no means hurt you”.
I asked Mr. Egwuowu to elaborate further and he said to me, “If an Igbo (the name of Henry’s tribe) man’s mother takes him to a “prophet” to inquire about his destiny or what’s causing him to be stagnant in life, you must know the type of “prophet” his mother took him to! Did his mother take him to a “fetish prophet?,” did she take him to a “mami wata prophet?” did she take him to a “prophet” in the bush or to one in the church? WHAT IS THE NAME OF THE PROPHET that his mother took him to? Was it prophet Eddie Nagwu (who was called a prophet but was actually a magician)? Was it T.B Joshua (an occultist who is also called a prophet)? Did she take him to Olumba Olumba Obu’s prophet (an evil spiritualist)? Did she take him to an Aladura prophet (they use the bible but they make invocations to demons)? Was it a Holy Sabbath prophet (they use demons to prophecy)? Was it a Cherubim and Seraphim prophet? Was it a Celestial prophet? Nigeria has ALL TYPES of fetish demonic men and women who are called prophets but are in reality nothing less than witches, sorcerers and magicians and most of them are more than happy to indoctrinate others into their world of spiritual darkness which is how most Nigerians become big prophets and seers, with large successful ministries”. Mr. Egwuowu added that “many prophets and seers from Nigeria don’t even know that they are operating with a marine spirit! Many are born with marine spirits and they believe that their abilities are God given gifts”!
This actually brought to mind a time that I was visiting a village with my spouse in West Africa . There, I met a young boy named Uche who was possessed with a marine spirit (mami wata). The boy told me how he was initiated by his mother, and how his older brother and him would travel spiritually during the night to the marine kingdom. He told me many amazing stories of his young life that has been invaded and controlled by a marine demon. I didn’t take this child’s life story seriously until I saw him with my own two eyes astro project himself into the room that I was sleeping in later that night (actually around 2 or 3 that morning)!
Left to right: (top)Olumba Olumba Obu, (bottom)TB Joshua, Prophet Elijah
Mr. Egwuowu informed me that its not uncommon for a mother to take her son to a “prophet” who will “help him” by laying hands on him with additional instructions that will give him the ability (with the help of demons) to “see” and to “prophesy.” Egwuowu added that Chinedu never stated the name of his village during his testimony and knowing the name of his village is important so that one can trace where he’s from and know what type of fetish activity goes on in his village, Henry failed to tell the name of the man that GROOMED HIM teaching him about the bible after his mother took him to the “prophet.” Mr. Egwuowu concluded that, before a person is accepted as a prophet by his own community in Nigeria a very thorough investigation is done to know without doubt if the person is using ju-ju or any other fetish means to prophesy or see into the spirit realm. “This is something that Americans DON’T DO! If someone comes and tells you your name you will automatically assume that he/she was sent by God”
PLAY VIDEO TO HEAR HENRY’S “TESTIMONY”
Henry’s testimony of past struggles and poverty may pull at the heart strings of some Americans, But don’t let your emotions blind you to not question him, and his “spiritual abilities” just as every other prophet/prophetess should be examined and TESTED as Yah commanded us to do, and if “Henry” is indeed genuine he won’t be offended by being scrutinized instead of being accepted at “gift value”. If American’s tested prophets- carefully examining them as Yah commands us to at the onset of their arrivals we wouldn’t have half of the false prophets/magicians that are in circulation currently. They may still perform their magic secretly, but they wouldn’t be as bold as they are today publicly.
The most dangerous thing about today’s false prophets is that they are introducing strange demons that Americans know absolutely nothing about, and are quickly recruiting anyone interested in learning how to prophesy or see in the spiritual realm which will lead to other dangerous desires and practices such as getting rich quick by the use of demons putting our generation and future generations at risk of being sacrificed to foreign gods through spiritual manipulation. If these false prophets AREN’T STOPPED from entering the country AND BUILDING CHURCHES and the false ones that are here aren’t forced to leave – this country will one day SOON be so spiritually corrupt, it will be like living in Africa or Haiti where no one can give hugs anymore, shake hands or drink water from your neighbors house because you won’t know who is holding black magic (ju-ju) and who’s not. MARK MY WORDS!
I thank Egwuowu for his questions and invaluable educative contributions about his country and things that I and most other Americans don’t know about Nigerian “prophets,” and things that we should know and ask people from Nigeria who introduce themselves as prophets in the United States. Mr. Egwu actually submitted a long, informative letter in attempts to teach us what we don’t know concerning Nigerian prophets. I extracted a portion for this page and will submit on another page the rest of it. The only thing is….. WHAT AMERICAN IS GOING TO TRAVEL ALL THE WAY TO NIGERIA TO INVESTIGATE A COULD- BE FALSE PROPHET !?
The questions that are asked in this post are legitimate questions that should be addressed by “Henry,” Chinedu Nwagbor and I hope that “Henry” will address them soon so that I can post his response. I’M NOT SAYING OR EVEN SUGGESTING THAT ‘HENRY’ IS A FALSE PROPHET (not yet), but I AM SAYING that the public has a right to know who he is and the public has a right to ask ANY QUESTION to help them determine if he is authentic or not as to make a well informed decision whether to put trust in him since he is offering his “services” to the public and is actually receiving money from some people. You are not sinning by questioning ANYONE who calls himself a prophet [1 Thessalonians 5:21 but TEST ALL THINGS. Hold fast to what is good]
1 John 4:1- Don’t believe every spirit
Matthew 7:15- Beware of false prophets
2 Peter 2:1- False prophets also arose among the people…
Matthew 24:24- For false christ’s and false prophets will arise and perform great signs and wonders…
Matthew 24:11 – And many false prophets will arise and lead many astray.