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Odumeje Indaboski: Prophet Chukwuemeka Ohanaemere Biography

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Prophet Odumeje Indaboski born Chukwuemeka Ohanaemere hails from Orlu in Imo State but reides in Onitsha, Anambra State.

He Started his ministry Mountain of Holy Ghost Intervention Deliverance Ministry Onitsha, on 10th September 2010 as deliverance ministry in a public yard at No 14 osumu street Odakpu, Onitsha, from where it was moved to Okija hall and subsequently to Arondizuogu hall, all in Odakpu, Anambra State.

 

Biography Odumeje Indaboski

 

Prophet Chukwuemeka Ohanaemere aka Odumeje Indaboski was born on the 9th of September to the family of Mr. and Mrs. Pius Ohanaemere  in Orsu Ihete Ukwa, in Orlu Local Government Area of Imo State, South East of Nigeria. He was the third in the family of six children.

While growing up, Odumeje Indaboski had great passions for football and music, and wanted to pursue a career in any of them. He had his early primary education at Nweje, Anambra State, before proceeding to Providence Secondary School where he obtained his SSCE.

Due to financial difficulties being faced by his mother who was a petty trader at Upper Iweka, Lagos Park, Chukwuemeka Ohanaemere couldn’t further his educational career.
He however resorted to leather business, where he served as an apprentice. It was in his struggle to survive that he had a heavenly encounter that finally led him to where he is now.
While struggling to survive, his mother had a vision of his son becoming a great prophet of God, a course she relentlessly backed up with prayers and fasting, for the divine arrest of her son.
In the year 2000, Odumeje Indaboski however quit his leather business and launched into full ministerial work. He later stated that quitting his business wasn’t an easy decision, as he had to face a lot of financial difficulties.
Pastor Odumeje Indaboski is married to Mrs. Chukwuemeka Ohanaemere and has four children with his wife; two boys and two girls.

Controversies

 

Odumeje Indaboski is a controversial spiritual figure who is always in the news for weird, wrong reasons. His approach to the things of God, particularly on deliverance and healing sessions beg questions as to how he has remained unchecked despite the many inconvenient things he does.
Odumeje Indaboski odd miracle sessions involve him lifting members of his congregation and throwing them at empty chairs. He has since been dubbed as a ‘Smack Down Pastor’ by many who consider his moves synonymous to WWE Superstar, Brock Lesnar’s and John Cena’s. During his WWE sessions, he is often being referred to as the ‘heavyweight servant of the Most High

Besides being a WWE wannabe, Odumeje has been accused of staging miracles, one of which involves raising the dead in his church, an event that was captured on camera. The same applies to other miracle sessions he has conducted.

For a supposed man of God, Odumeje Indaboski has been seen dancing to secular songs severally while spraying wads of Dollars. It is believed that the pastor is a close friend of Nollywood actor, Zubby Michael, as both have been seen dancing ‘Zanku’, a dance move invented by Nigerian musician, Zlatan.

In another time, he was seen dancing to ‘One More Night’ by Peter Okoye, of the defunct P-Square group, now referred to as ‘Mr. P’, with wads of cash during his birthday during a church service on Sunday!

He is popular with the nickname “Odumeje the lion himself” and “liquid metal”. The church has moved to its permanent site at No. 88 Bida road Fegge, Onitsha, having over 20,000 seating capacity.

 

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