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‘This guy used to sell shirt and ties in Abuja’, what Ashimolowo said on Osibona, Fourscore Homes owner

Femi Osibona - Lanre News

Femi Osibona, managing director of Fourscore Homes, has indeed come into the limelight following the collapse of a 21-storey building in Ikoyi, Lagos state.

Meanwhile, a video as resurface showing Matthew Ashimolowo, senior pastor of Kingsway International Christian Centre (KICC) in London, who spoked his relationship with Femi Osibona.

Ashimolowo said; “He (Osibona) had been listening to all my messages. Apparently, he was going to a Celestial Church. My members were giving him messages on salvation, deliverance, then my teachings on wealth creation. This guy, something broke forth inside him and he went forth.

“After listening to my tapes, he built 12 apartments in London, sold eight, kept four. Then he came to me again and said, ‘pastor Matthew, lay hands on me; where should I go again?’ After I’d laid hands the first time, he said ‘where should I go again? I want to go to South Africa; please pray for me.’ I prayed for him.

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“Ladies and gentlemen, he went to South Africa and built 125 houses in the highbrow area of Centurion, next door to Johannesburg. He broke through exponentially.

“Then, he calls me and says: ‘where are you, sir? I want to come to you.’ I said ‘I’m in Ghana preaching’. He jumps on a plane and flies to Ghana from South Africa. He comes and says ‘where should I go again?’ I said, ‘look, I’m not your financial adviser. Go and meet your financial adviser.’ He said ‘you’re doing better than them.’ So, I laid hands on him, prayed for him and I said ‘go to Nigeria, your country’.

“They call him Femi Fourscore. Femi comes to Lagos, boom, he buys a land in Ikoyi and builds 40 apartments and sold each one for like a million dollars.

“As I am talking to you right now, in fact, this morning, Femi sent me a video. He’s building I think three towers together on Alexander. We know Ikoyi. One is 14 floors, one is 16 floors, one is 21 floors.

“This guy used to sell shirt and ties in Abuja. I just told you he supplied me. He didn’t even have the shirt and tie; he went to others to get for me during that crisis journey. Now, he has three towers. I’m even wondering who should be laying hands on whom.”

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