Gospel singer Nathaniel Bassey has debunked rumours making the rounds that he narrowly escaped death while coming from a programme he anchored two days before his birthday.
Bassey who had recently been under criticism by a few controversial media personalities, following the ‘#HALLELUYAHCHALLENGE’ one hour praise has vehemently debunked this news adding that it was just another false story from bloggers to drive traffic to their site.
It all started when the gospel singer shared a testimony by one of the participants of the 30-day praise challenge on his Instagram page attesting to the move of God.
He said, “Please ignore any fake news about an accident. Bloggers have twisted someone’s testimony just to gain traffic. At least you can now note those with fake news and stay off them.”
See the post that generated the rumours:
Thank You Jesus! We cancel that appointment with death. #####Good morning,I just want to use this opportunity to thank God and share my testimony with you.On the 28th of June I was on my way home from the last halleluyah praise challenge night which took place at the glitz event centre,I was inside a car and another car ran into us just at the lekki 3rd round about (ikate) and my car somersaulted inside the roundabout. People were scared that we were dead.The only thing I remembered saying last was the Blood of Jesus.I and the driver came out alive without a single scratch.The most amazing thing is that this happened two days to my birthday. I just want to bless God because the devil failed.He is the olowogbogboro indeed and I bless his name. OlowogbogboroolowogbogboroAnonymous.
Source: The Punch