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Prophet Jeremiah Omoto rewards lady who recorded video of Delta schoolgirl

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By Toby Prince

Prophet Jeremiah Omoto, the founder and head prophet of Christ Mercyland Deliverance Ministry, Warri, Delta State, Sunday, rewarded Stephanie Idolor, the lady who made the viral video of a Delta girl, Success Adegor.

Idolor, who was furious for being sent out of school for non-payment of examination fee was given N2 million cash by the pastor.

Ms Idolor had joined the Batch A 2019 National Youth Service Corps (NYSC).

She was part of NYSC members sworn in nationwide last Friday.

The video Idolor made changed the life of the little schoolgirl and her family with celebrities donating money to the family and Delta State government intervening to better the lot of the school in Sapele area.

dolor had earlier appeared in a recording made at the spot where the viral video was taken.

In the video, she says she simply wants the family to show appreciation for the video she made public.

Asked how many percent share she wanted, she said: “Well I was not really talking about sharing percentage with them. I was not really saying I would get 30-70, 40-60, or 50-50, I just want them to show a little appreciation.

“Like if you’ve actually made N5 million, at least N1 million should not be enough for someone that made this whole thing happen, for someone that made this whole story viral.”

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