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Lady turns up for Pastor Jerry Eze’s NSPPD with a prayer point for her sugar daddy

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A woman came to the NSPPD prayer meeting with a particular prayer request for her sugar daddy. Pastor Jerry Eze.

The woman made it obvious that she wants her sugar daddy to separate from his wife and devote himself entirely to her. She said “amen” at the end of her prayer.

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Jerry Uchechukwu Eze, born on 22nd August 1982, is a renowned Nigerian Pentecostal pastor and digital evangelist. He is recognized as the founder of Streams of Joy International and serves as the convener of the New Season Prophetic Prayers and Declaration (NSPPD), a digital online prayer gathering.

Born in Umuahia, the capital city of Abia State, Jerry Uchechukwu Eze originates from Okoko Item, Bende Local Government Area of Abia State, Nigeria. His formative years were spent in Umuahia, where he attended Ibeku High School from 1991 to 1997.

Jerry Uchechukwu Eze holds a bachelor’s degree in History and International Relations from Abia State University. Additionally, he possesses a postgraduate certification in Business Administration from the Enugu State University of Technology (ESUT).

Before devoting himself full-time to his clerical responsibilities, Jerry Uchechukwu Eze worked as a Communications Specialist with the World Bank project for HIV/AIDS and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA).

Jerry Uchechukwu Eze is happily married to Pastor Eno Jerry, and they are blessed with two children.

Source: Vimbuzz.com

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