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Pastor Jimmy Odukoya raises N9.2M to help church members during service

Former Nollywood actor and a newly appointed senior pastor, Jimmy Odukoya gets tongues wagging as he raises millions of naira for members during a church service.

It would be recalled that Jimmy took over from his late father, Taiwo Odukoya, the founder of the Fountain of Life Church about two months ago amidst a serious controversy.

In a video making the rounds on social media, the preacher was seen raising funds for a student who needed N140K for his school’s tuition and ended up getting the sum of N640K.

Another lady also stepped out on how she needed 7500 Canadian dollars [roughly N6.3M] and ended up raising the sum of N9.6M for the church member.

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