Prophet Faleyimu Olagoroye, who claimed during an interview last year that one of the conditions that could lead to Nollywood actress, Funke Akindele, becoming a mom was to marry a gateman.
The prophet had claimed that the actress is destined to be rich, but childless.
During a new interview with Yoruba Movie Gist, Prophet Olagoroye revealed that people now call him Prophet of doom because of his comment regarding Funke Akindele‘s fertality.
The prophet insisted that he was right because God revealed to him that the actress had her babies through In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) and not through biblical methods. he said:
“When she delivered twins, I read people’s comments on social media that I am a prophet of doom. Remember I said she should pray very hard if she must have a child because she chooses wealth above children when she was coming to this world.
“One of the things I said was that she should go for a deliverance and she should ask God with her mouth what she want, not to go to pastors or prophets for prayers.
“If I pray for her to have a baby, no miracle will happen, the only thing she can do is to pray with her mouth or she get married to someone who is not up to her standard.
“Then, when she is pregnant, her wealth will be reducing. After she delivered, it was revealed to me that she got the baby through IVF. If she had followed any of the 3 solutions I gave her, she would have been pregnant naturally.
“People should read Genesis 25 vs 21-26, Genesis 3 vs 9-24, Genesis 17 -21, and 1Samuel 25-28, you will see people who are looking for the fruits of the womb from God and see how God answered them naturally, not through scientific method.
“It is only the people who can’t conceive naturally that Doctors will advise to go for IVF. Meanwhile, IVF is 50/50, not everyone that does it ends up with babies. It is a scientific method which is not in the Bible.
“Jesus Christ was born through Holy Spirit not IVF and there is no other miracle like that after him. IVF is not for poor people, it is for the rich who can afford it.”