More Knocks for UNN International Witchcraft Conference as Bishop Sam Zuga flays concept

A highly revered man of God, Bishop Sam Zuga of House of Joy Ministry and the founder of Samzuga Foundation has joined myriads of prominent persons condemning the proposed witchcraft conference, slated for 26th November 2019, at University of Nigeria (UNN).

The Bishop who took to his social media official page to condemn the witchcraft conference and vowed to put a stop to it.

He confidently stated; “I can’t be a servant of the High God from Benue State and allow you to go and become the international teacher of witchcraft, you are only not attending that conference, tell your host, the international conference of witchcraft cannot hold anywhere in Nigeria.

“Arc Bishop Benson Idahosa stopped it before. I am his grandson; it cannot hold even now! “We can barely produce a tricycle (Keke Napep) in this country, we are not even thinking on how this country can move forward, so, all we can organise and teach is the meaning, factors and practices on witchcraft, Bishop Sam, told David Ker, who is supposedly the keynote speaker on the International Witchcraft Conference”.

He added: “As long as I’m alive and God is alive, this conference can’t hold. When Nations are holding digital conferences to advance technology, Nigeria’s professors are busy organizing international conference to teach witchcraft. What brought poverty in Nigeria is the FESTAC which Obasanjo use Nigeria money to organize, instead of advancing technology at that time with abundant oil money, rather, he invited witches all over Africa to Nigeria. Many of them came for FESTAC and refused to go back to their countries. That is why God became angry with Nigeria and we became one of the poorest countries of the world. No international witchcraft conference will hold in this country. No physical/broad day light witchcraft conference will hold in this country,”

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