Jim Iyke recounts what happened to him at Late TB Joshua church

Veteran Nollywood entertainer, Jim Iyke has reacted to a video of his redemption meeting at the Church of the Late TB Joshua that turned into a web sensation in 2013.

During a new discussion with media personality, Chude Jideonwo, the Nollywood entertainer affirmed that he is the one in the viral video.

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He shared how he came to the congregation after they demanded he should be there before his mom could be relieved of her sickness.

Jim Iyke said he just snickered before one of the ministers of the Synagogue Church of All Nations moved toward him. As indicated by him, the minister did something to him and he didn’t have any idea what occurred straightaway.

The entertainer noticed that the episode caused him to understand that the world is profound and that there are spiritualities that are far past us.

This comes after Jim Iyke uncovered why he doesn’t follow anybody on the famous photograph and video-sharing application, Instagram.The Nollywood entertainer who has more than 2,000,000 supporters on the stage noticed that he doesn’t follow any Instagram accounts since he considers web-based media to be a commercial center.

As indicated by Jim Iyke, Instagram is a “pseudo” reality and individuals should regard it thusly.

He made the disclosure in a meeting with Temisan Emmanuel, host of the Tea with Tay digital broadcast, which was circulated on Friday, Jan. 28th.

Talking with Temisan, he said,

“From the very beginning I got via online media, I would have rather not follow anyone. I needed to lay out the way that this is a commercial center. It’s a pseudo reality there. It’s not what individuals need to take as their regular day to day existence.

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