General overseer of the Rapture Proclaimer Evangelistic Church (RAPEC) in Ota Ogun state, Evangelist Olufunmilayo Adebayo popularly known as Mummy G.O says most of the viral videos about her are not real and have been edited.
Mummy G.O shot into limelight after viral videos and memes of her surfaced on the internet.
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In the videos, the woman is seen saying controversial things about Christendom.
In an interview with BBC Pidgin, Mummy GO as she is referred to on social media, cleared the air on some of her thoughts.
“I’m not the one, most of the videos and memes are all edited. Even Lucifer, Satan if they ask him to become a pastor today, will he be able to say all of those things? Mummy questioned.
“Lucifer would not be able to say all of those things talk more of someone that calls herself a holiness preacher… most of the people who watch the videos beg God for forgiveness after visiting my YouTube Channel. They realise that I’m not the one who said those things.”
She disclosed that those behind the fake viral memes and videos have been targeting her for the past eight years ago.
“The people that do this things have started for over eight years, there was a time they used some magazines, but after that did not work, they started sending people to chase me with gun.”