Pastor reportedly pays native doctor to hold rain during his crusade in Rivers state

A Twitter user has revealed that a preacher allegedly bribed a native doctor to hold rain and keep it from disrupting his crusade.

This happened in Ozuoba, near Port Harcourt in Rivers state, according to the tweep @dj wHacky.

When someone is due to be buried or a large event is scheduled in some Nigerian rural areas, native doctors known as rainmakers are engaged to prevent rain from falling on that day.


They perform incantations and in some cases, sacrifices to appease the gods so that rain would not ruin the event or occasion.

Sharing the story, @dj_wHacky wrote;

“Nothing person nogo see for this Port Harcourt Rain, Pastor wan do crusade for ozuoba, e go pay rainmakers to hold rain 😂😂😂

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