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Stop Helen Ukpabio from Bringing her Witch-Hunting campaign to the USA


Leo Igwe


Butterflies and Wheels

February 12, 2012

In March, Nigeria’s notorious witch hunter, Helen Ukpabio, is organizing a Deliverance Session in the United States, according to the information posted on the web site of the Liberty Gospel Church. The event is slated for March 14-25 at Liberty Gospel Church in Houston Texas (Tel +1 832 880 8406 +1 713 530 2080). The program is said to be ’12 days of battling with the spirit for freedom.’


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Posted by VictorS  on  02/12  at  10:56 PM

This individual sounds nightmarish. You have my admiration for opposing her.


victor-storiguard.blogspot.com





Posted by JimDiver  on  02/13  at  03:20 AM

There is a petition to stop her entry into the USA.

Please sign and support!

http://www.change.org/petitions/the-president-of-the-united-states-deny-entry-to-the-usa-for-helen-ukpabio






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