‘My Pastor is After My Life, Hold Him Responsible If…’ – Chef Dammy

Chef Dammy has made serious allegations against her pastor, whom she claims financed her cook-a-thon attempt months ago.

Dammy emphasized genuine concern for her safety and believed that the pastor should be held responsible if anything were to happen to her.

The Ekiti-born chef publicly declared that she was living in fear adding that she had a near-death experience recently.

Furthermore, she revealed that she has been subjected to threats, curses, and ridicule from individuals claiming to be “men of God” for several months following the cook-a-thon.

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She said on Instagram:

I’m living in constant fear, Chef Dammy cries out

“I’ll be having an interview in Lagos soon.

“And I’m ready to let everything out once I get back.

“But in case anything happens to me; Adegoke Jeremiah A.K.A Billion Dollars Prophet, hold him responsible, he told me to prepare for war and we are both on it.”

Born Chef Damilola Adeparusi began her cooking journey on June 9 in an attempt to break the Guinness World Record (GWR) longest individual cooking feat

She represented her church, Spirit Word Global Mission during the cook-a-thon where she attempted to break Hilda’s 100hrs record with her 120 hours goal.


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