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"Some of the known Pentecostal churches include: the Jehovah's Witnesses . . ." Please note that Jehovah's Witnesses are not pentecostals.


There is no doubt that these fake churches have brought extreme harm to Cameroon than good. I see young men becoming more stupid, lazy and refusing to face realities of life in the name of church and miracles to happen. Young women (esp. UB girls) who now thinks the easiest way to do prostitution is to have affairs with Pastors. I see theives, scam-men, idiots who could not afford 100 frs for taxi in the past now are now driving Toyota Landcruisers, Benz, Infiniti, RAV4.. ever since becoming a so call Pastor. If u are coming from "bush" they are the easiest to sell your car to. The worst part is where these churches are located...just next door normal residentials and they are shouting the whole night. Men! instead of towns growing to cities they are becoming more like Afghanistan...You find young girls who now believe in these fake churches and Pastors than their parents...and to be candid the Pastors are really doing them. Each new one with a long stomach every sunday. Its a familiar scene to see them fighting either the Pastors wife or among themselves.
In fact the greatest threat in Cameroon at the moment is not even politics but the rise of these fake churches. Its not only the government that should fight against these thieves who call themselves pastors...but we all should set up war against them otherwise our country is doom to fail. There are 3 churches in Cameroon - Catholic, Pres and Baptist. The rest can die. And I will fight these pastors in my own way!

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Between us, if you add it up, my husband and I have been Christians for 67 years combined, so we have a fair amount of experience with mainline and orthodox churches and, to be fair, we recognise a move of the Holy Spirit when we see it.

We have met a very very sincere believer from the Full Gospel Church in Buea, and believe you me, he is NOT in any way a "fake" or insincere.

Each of us will give an account to God for what we say and do, so it is best if you keep sincere yourselves, and measure your words before speaking carelessly.

We all know that Nigeria is full of scammers, but it is a cop out to blame a move of the Holy Spirit on a charismatic church or to tar everyone with the same brush, just like it is a cop out for someone to use the Name of God for false purposes, both people will be held in account for their actions before Almighty God.

Enough said,

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