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Picture: Woman gives birth to baby horse in Benin Church

Some residents of Benin, the Edo State capital were shocked at the World Liberation Ministry, located along old Sapale-Benin Express road where a woman gave birth to a horse during the church service.

Confusion raided that air when the worshipers at the church witnessed a crying Horse instead of a crying baby.

The General Overseer of the Church, Evangelist Silva Wealth, who narrated the ugly incident to reporters, said a woman whom he refused to disclose her identity was screaming during the prayer session and later on began to bleed from her private part before delivering the horse.
Wealth said further that members of the church were shocked following what the woman gave birth to.
According to him, “the Lord has revealed to me during the prayers session that there was a woman with an issue and that something was blocking her womb. As the prayers intensified, the woman started screaming and bleeding started when the object came out.

“I cannot touch it and that was why I don’t know if the horse was already dead or not. I can’t describe the object. We have seen people that vomited several things during our service but not this type of thing. God has been blessing our ministry with prophesies and miracles, “he said.

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