Nollywood actress, Sarah Martins, has issued a warning to her fans and followers about the dangers of fake pastors, recounting a peculiar encounter she had with a renowned Port Harcourt-based prophetess.

In a lengthy Instagram post, the talented actress revealed that she was four months pregnant when her sister took her to visit a clergywoman known as 'Mummy B'. However, the experience turned out to be rather unsettling.

According to Sarah, the prophetess had bodyguards escort her up to the pulpit during the prayer session.

It was during this time that the prophetess delivered what Sarah claims to be fake prophecies.

She alleged that the prophetess falsely proclaimed that she would never get married or have children due to a supposed misdeed committed by her grandmother.

Contrary to the prophetess's words, Sarah was already married, happily pregnant, and living a content life with her husband at that time. The actress expressed her shock and disbelief at the inaccurate and misleading prophecies.

Realizing that something was amiss, Sarah's sister promptly intervened and pulled her away from the prophetess when she was informed that the prophetess was addressing her directly.

She said, "I was 4 months pregnant when my elder sister took excuse from my husband and took me to a church crusade where their "then almighty" mummy B of port harcourt was ministering.

"Brothers and sisters, this woman sent her guards to bring me up at the stage while my big sister was deeply praying. Next thing on stage, she was asking me who sent me, why am I in my body, which water did I come from etc… next thing she said my grandma deposited my menstrual pad to evil coven 15yrs ago and that's that's why I've been single and that I will never give birth.

"As at then I was 21yrs old and I was happily married, pregnant and happy. My sister was feeling pity for the woman at the stage not knowing I was the one. Someone brought her notice to it and she ran to the stage to bundle me out. Call mummy B a fake prophet and a thief.

"She had to explain to people that I was married and that 15yrs ago I was 6yrs. Omo that was the very day my sister stopped going to crusades. my hubby heard it he drove to the venue and bundled us out. Omo some churches na scam. Find your root and make peace with your chi.

"Life go soft for you. I've met couple of fake pastors. I went to see a pastor for prayers and he instead of him to council me and pray for me, he started preaching love to me… begging me for a chance, this one happened 2yrs ago."



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