A mentally deranged (mad) man has made shocking revelations about the afterlife to the astonishment of passers-by and internet users.
In the video shared online by popular clergyman Mike Bamiloye, the madman was seen preaching the gospel in a shopping district.
He warned people about false prophets before the end of time, whose main task is to lead people to hell with their false teachings.
The man, who spoke English surprisingly well, made a clear distinction between life and death and heaven and hell, which he believes are real.
According to him, when a man dies he will face two judges … one for God and one for the devil. Implying that after death there will be eternal judgment.
He strictly warned people against falling victim to people, who want to lead them to hell, because hell is not a place for human beings.
After he finished preaching, the audience gave money and gave it to him. In an interesting twist, however, he declined the donations and asked them to give them to beggars instead.
Watch the video below,
In other news, a video has been circulating on social media for a while now and it has generated a lot of mind-blowing facts about a mad man.
A man seen and believed to be a mad man was seen preaching the gospel to the mass in an unidentified location.
Speculators believed the man to be an angel sent down from heaven in form of how he appeared after he rejected the money given to him during his preaching session.
He however refused to give details of himself or even leave a way of contacting him when asked. He then talked about how we all get involved in mental slavery by modern days pastors.
According to reports, popular Owerri ‘mad man’ turned a political commentator, who is known for speaking on the political situation in Imo State, is a graduate.
Media personnel, IfeanyiCy Njoku, said the man who has mental challenges and speaks English fluently, graduated from a prestigious University in the United States of America, USA.
It was learned that Dr. Linus Okorie, a Leadership development coach, motivational speaker, and candidate of the Young Progressive Party, YPP ran into him during his Imo gubernatorial campaign across the 305 INEC wards in the 27 LGA’s of Imo State