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Kolenda, Bonnke’s successor burns fetish items in Calabar


Thousands of idol worshippers who attended the four-day Christ For All Nation (CFAN) crusade in Calabar have surrendered their charms. The fetish items, which contained six drums, were set ablaze by Evangelist Daniel Kolenda, the successor to Reinhard Bonnke.

The items ranging from charms, idols, occultic materials, and herbal concoctions, were taken to the crusade ground by the worshippers who gave their lives to Christ on the instructions of the evangelist, Kolenda.

For three days, the two drums placed on both sides of the podium of the crusade grounds at the Cross River State University of Technology, were filled and were subsequently set ablaze by the evangelist.

Kolenda said: “These items you see here are juju and all sorts of idols brought by people in obedience to my instructions and we have set them on fire because they can only bring more trouble to their owners than peace.”

He added that lasting peace can only come from God and the miracles witnessed during the programme with people getting healed of cancer, tumors, ulcers and paralysis can only be possible through Jesus.

“I am not trying to undermine medical practice but when you are sick and you visit the hospital, all the doctor does is to take diagnosis and gives you drugs. After taking the drugs, another problem arises but when God heals it is total and without any side effects”.

Kolenda, who said he is not a politician, prayed for the state and Nigeria calling for an end to stealing of public funds, kidnappings, armed robbery and assassinations in the country.

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