Video: How Jim Iyke was Delivered of Demonic Spirits At TB. Joshua[scoan]

god help us

This just came in now, someone tweeted the
photos to me now saying it is ongoing. Jim was
delivered of demonic spirits hindering him from
finding love & marriage..and it is real. Still haven’t
come to terms with this…Details soon!
Update: Jim Iyke was worshiping at the synagogue
church of Pastor at TB Joshua streaming live on the
church’s Emmanuel TV. Jim fell under the
ministration and started crying and was called up.
As he went through the deliverance, a spirit spoke
through him and said, it was the cause of his
setback and disappointment and that he was the
biggest, it was only God’s grace that had kept him.
It had kept him from finding love and getting
married. After his deliverance and coming back to his sense, the first thing Jim asked the ushers was ‘Where are my shoes meen? Why did you take off my shoes?’. muhahaha!…

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The Highest Paid Nigerian Hip Hop Artistes And How Much They Charge



Award-winning singing duo, Peter and Paul Okoye famously known as P-Square are the highest paid hip-hop artistes right now, ENCOMIUM Weekly findings have revealed. The Okoyes are currently charging between N9 and N10 million for a show within Nigeria…..

Apart from information gathered from the source close to the duo, independent music promoters/artiste managers also confirmed this, declaring the Koko master, D’Banj as the second highest paid artiste. The DB Record boss charges between N6 and N7 million as a standard show fee.
“Before the split of Mo’Hits, it used to be D’Banj. When D’Banj was charging between N7 and N8 million, P-Square’s fee was N5 million”, a veteran music manager affirmed, adding, “Right now, it’s P-Square.”
The afro-pop king, 2Face Idibia is the third highest paid. Although, 2Face’s performance fee has not been consistent, it’s within N5 and N6 million.

Industry sources told ENCOMIUM Weekly that 2Baba, as he’s fondly addressed, easily adjust fees because of the…

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