Talking about religion leaders in recent times, Prophet Chukwuemeka Ohanaemere Odumeje’s name cannot go unmentioned not without some controversies that associate with his kind of healing.
The Bible in the book of 1 Chronicles 16-22 said “Touch not my anointed ones, do my prophets no harm!”
This succinctly indicates that no Prophet who calls the name of God should be treated with disdain that may surround the name.
Born Chukwuemeka Ohanaemere Odumeje (a.k.a Indabosky Bahose, the lion, the liquid metal, the war). Prophet Chukwuemeka Odumeje, the man of God, comedian, and musician who calls himself “the liquid metal”, the fight, the lion, the Indaboski Bahose is undoubtedly one of the most talked-about and most controversial spiritual figures in Nigeria today.
Prophet Chukwuemeka Odumeje, the man of God, comedian, and musician who calls himself “the liquid metal”, the fight, the lion, the Indaboski Bahose is undoubtedly one of the most talked-about and most controversial spiritual figures in Nigeria today.
A new comer to the church will sure be surprised seeing this Man of God displaying much energy and vibe coming while preaching and performing miracles in the church.
Welcome to the Mountain of Holy Ghost Intervention Deliverance Ministry, Onitsha (a.k.a land of freedom and miracle centre) founded and led by Prophet Chukwuemeka Ohaenemere, the Indaboski Bahose.
Prophet Chukwuemeka Odumeje (a.k.a Indaboski) is undoubtedly one of the most talked-about and most controversial spiritual figures in Nigeria today.
Lots of arguments have been on-going as to whether he is a true man of God or just some religious comedian.
If you have heard people reeling out the lines, “Everyone can never be preaching love. I’m not a man of a preacher of love. I’m the fight; I’m Indaboski Bahose”, you should know they are popular lines from this prophet.
Prophet Chukwuemeka Ohanaemere, Odumeje is from Orsu Ihete Ukwa, in Orlu Local Government Area of Imo State in the South East of Nigeria.
He was born to his God-fearing parents, Mr and Mrs Pius Ohanaemere and is the third child in the family of six.
Odumeje, the Indaboski Bahose was born on September 9th and reportedly grew up hustling to make ends meet just like almost everyone from his tribe.
Before going full time into ministry, Odumeje had his humble days as a struggling leather designer on the streets of the buzzing and busy Onitsha town in Anambra state.
He had his secondary school education at Providence Secondary School after his Primary education at Nweje. He desired to go further, but due to financial constraints, he went into a leather business where he first served as an apprentice.
Odumeje, the Liquid metal, is married to his beautiful wife, Uju Ohaenemere with four children (two boys and two girls).
There are claims around the internet that Uju Ohanaemere, the wife of Indaboski, Chukwuemeka Odumeje is the daughter of the famous self-acclaimed prophet and notorious occult practitioner, “Eddy Nawgu”, and if this is anything to go by, it’s evident that God purposely called him to liberate people from occultism because his wife grew from this background.
Even with the claim that the source of the prophet’s powers is from his father in law “Eddy Nawgu”, Prophet Odumeje is not concerned about this but keep manifesting God’s power deposited in him.
But findings revealed that Uju Ohanemere or any member of her family is not related to Eddy Nawgu or Eddy Nawgu’s wife in any manner whatsoever.
Veteran Nollywood actress Rita Edochie took to her Instagram page to refute those claims.
“Please any information to the contrary is deliberately concocted by mischief makers for selfish and mysterious purposes”, Rita wrote on her Instagram page.
The start of Odumeje’s ministry came as a big surprise to many. According to the young prophet, going into ministry had not always been his vision, but that of his mum.
According to Odumeje, His mum had a vision of him becoming a great prophet of God and was praying relentlessly for his divine arrest.
While his mother was at it, he got himself more preoccupied with football and music. He once aspired to be a musician or a football legend. Of course, the music and acting traits could still be seen even in his ministry.
It wasn’t until the age of 19 that God visited him. According to him, he said God told him that he was going to use him like Gideon in the Bible and that he was going to be a mighty man of valour “who will deliver his people from the captivity of the Devil”.
Prophet Odumeje, the Liquid metal, is really the fight himself as he claims, performing all sorts of moves on stage. He is called the “Indaboski Bahose”
He followed up the divine vision with prayers and fasting and later quit his leather business in 2000. to venture into full ministerial work.
The onset of his ministry was not easy for him, especially financially, but he remains ever grateful to his strong mother who stood by him all through.
Odumeje, the Indaboski Bahose as called by his church fans founded his ministry, “The Mountain of Holy Ghost Intervention and Deliverance Ministry” on September 10, 2010.
It started up as a deliverance ministry at No. 14 Osumu street Odakpu, Onitsha. From there, it moved to Okija hall and subsequently in Arondizuogu hall (both also in Odakpu Anambra state).
It later got its permanent site at No. 88 Bida road Fegge Onitsha where it is currently located. The ministry can now boast of up to 20,000 seat capacity.
The currently trending prophet has a lot going on in his life presently as his name and ministry has faced lots of controversial statements and debates from the public.
First, there is the issue of his odd miracle sessions which involves lifting up members of his congregation and throwing them at empty chairs in the church; just the way wrestlers do in WWE wrestling matches.
This earned him several nicknames like “smackdown pastor” and “heavyweight servant of the most high”. In fact, it was one of the features of his ministry that brought him to the attention of people on social media.
Prophet Chukwuemeka Odumeje, the Indaboski bahose, is accused of staging his miracles, and is said to be a false prophet of God
Another thing that has got some people to frown and raise eyebrows at his ministry is the fact that he boldly dances to secular music in his church while spraying wads of dollars or allowing wads of money to be sprayed on him.
The Bible made us to believe in the book of 2 Peter 1:21 “For no prophecy was ever produced by the will of man, but men spoke from God as they were carried along by the Holy Spirit.”
Also in the book of 1 John 4:1 “Beloved, do not believe every spirit, but test the spirits to see whether they are from God, for many false prophets have gone out into the world.” An indication that God has given us the opportunity to research and know who a real prophet is.
However, Hebrews 1:1-2 said “Long ago, at many times and in many ways, God spoke to our fathers by the prophets, but in these last days he has spoken to us by his Son, whom he appointed the heir of all things, through whom also he created the world.”
It doesn’t end there; recently he has been alleged to have made controversial statements about certain groups of people (such as the Arondizuogu people and indigenes of a community in Anambra) who have frowned at his remarks.
He seems to have stepped on the toes of these people who are reportedly trying to use both legal and diabolical means to get back at him.
Reaction of a social media user to a video of the prophet delivering prayers via Instagram Live.
A typical deliverance session at the Mountain of Holyghost Intervention and Deliverance Ministry
The Meaning of Indaboski Bahose
Many have asked what is the meaning of Indaboski Bahose, a famous line used by prophet Chukwuemeka Odumeje. According to Odumeje, he is the Indaboski Bahose, the fight, a man of war, and not a preacher of love.
What does this mean? Well, the meaning of Indaboski Bahose is not known yet, not even on google search. This name is a self-acclaimed title by the prophet and he is yet to give the meaning of the title.
Indaboski Bahose is believed to be some sort of spiritual name, from a foreign world with spiritual significance. Some also believe it is just a coined, well-articulated named made up by the pastor to instil fear among the congregation.
Popular Indaboski quotes/lines:
Maybe these lines are more like trademarks; the fact remains that they are popular lines the prophet who calls himself names like “the Indaboski”, the liquid metal” and “the lion” have been identified with.
Videos of him have gone viral online where he said, “Everyone can never be preaching love. I’m not a man of preacher of love. I’m a fight; I’m the battle I’m the liquid metal, I’m Indabosky Bahose!”
Another video of him got him saying, “I’m still the fight, I’m still the liquid metal, I’m the Indaboski Bahose.
Who born you? Who be you? Who you? You are kolo.
Who you? Where do you come from? Who sends you? Where do you come from? Who do you send to? What brings you?”
In yet another video he said to his congregation while handling a service “Listen, I’m not a preacher, I’m not a pastor, I’m not a Reverend Father.
Calling himself a liquid metal!”
Most of the lines are indeed hilarious and have had lots of social media users coming up with similar lines or quotes.