Don’t expose your body like Omotola Jalade, Tiwa Savage, and Yemi Alade who dress half naked to please the demon they worship prophet warm members



By: Okafor Joseph

Saturday, February 16,2019


The General Overseer of Kingdom Power International Christain praying Centre aka Solution Ground Prophet Ohez Azuka, has urge the

members of church against indecent dressing which leads to exposure and defilement of their bodies which is the temple of the Holy Ghost.


According to him mothers, father ,youth and children are now looking up to the so called celebrities who are called to glority satan and the demon they worship by putting on half naked clothing to polluate the church of God.


The prophet revealed this during the Sunday service, on a topic he tagged: Holiness becometh Thy House O Lord.

The cleric, read series of Bible verse such as psalm 93:3, 5, matt 27: 51,51, matt 28:1, Acts 2:1,4, ICorinthians 3:6 where God almighty himself kicked against defilement of our body being his temple in all manners.

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Nollywood and Omotola Jalade Ekeinde …

Ohez, said Jesus Christ the only Son of God purchased our bodies with his blood on the cross by his death for us, therefore our bodies must not be defiled as born again believer in any form.

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He urged the entire members of his church to cooperate with the commandment of God by covering their bodies being the temple of Holy Ghost, and not being deceived by the lust caused by so called Nigerian celebrities such as Omotola Jalade, Tiwa savage, Yemi Alade, and Tonto Dikeh who dress indecent  to such show their nakedness to the world, all in the name of entertainment adding that devil their master is using them to lure more members to is kingdom and giving them more riches in this wicked world having sold theirs souls to him he said.

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Yemi Alade –
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