There are some Pastors, Prophets and Clergy Men/Women who are not satisfied with what God has given them. Though they have both spiritual gift and material things God has given to them, but out of greediness and other Satanic ideas, they decided to use diabolical and other abominable methods to get what they want at all cost.
Using dead-body water from the mortuary is one of the items some “Men/Women of God” uses to perform the so-called miracles.
Fake miracles are on the rise as fake Pastors, Prophets, Rev. Fathers etc., are on the rise everywhere. If you are privileged to be a member of a Church where the Pastor or Minister is genuine and called by God, you have to be happy and serve your God there, whether he/she performs miracles or not.
Many people go to Church and Ministries for miracles, not actually knowing the power and sources these fake “Men/Women of God” uses.
A mortuary attendant has revealed that they sell water used in bathing corpses to some pastors.
Dead body water, according to a mortuary attendant in Ghana, is being purchased by some pastors in the country for as much as N500,000. In a report by Yen Gh, a female mortuary worker was seen in a video narrating how the water is in high demand.
According to the lady whose identity was hidden, some of the pastors pay as much as GH₵7,000, for the water, and sometimes they even have shortage.
She explained that some family members prefer to have their corpses bathed at the mortuary, and this is the water that some of the pastors come to buy.
She said when the floor is mopped, the cleaners squeeze the dirty water out and keep it in bottles which some of the pastors come for in disguise.
Describing it as a ‘side job’, the mortuary worker confessed to be doing this business in order to earn more money, explaining that the work in itself does not fetch them much.
“Even at this our job we don’t get much from it. But with this, sometimes we can’t even meet up with the demand from some of the pastors. We most of the time run out of water”
She, however, did not mention the names of the pastors and the churches, perhaps, for fear of being victimised.
“The pastors buy the water, it is in high demand. When the cleaners mop the floor after a corpse is bathed, they squeeze the dirty water into containers which the pastors come to buy,” the lady narrated.
The water is being used by the pastors who patronise it to perform miracles in their churches.
“Most of these pastors use the water to perform miracles for members of their church” she said