Born in India to parents from Imo State, Nigeria and raised in London, UK from the age of one, Jennifer grew up and fell into satan’s claws. Most of her problems started when she was barely twelve years old. Following a bad crowd, she was introduced to shoplifting and taking drugs. Something that started as a game, soon turned into a terrible addiction as the voice of the evil spirit in her head pushed her to steal clothes, bags, perfume and even traffic drugs. The separation of her parents affected her emotionally but she buried herself in her wild lifestyle. She developed a hatred for her mother, who was a hard working, strict woman who tried her best to discipline her but the damage had already been done by the influence of bad friends until she reached the point when she ran away from the house. Now, free and thinking she was a ‘big woman’, she continued her life of clubbing, drinking, smoking, shoplifting, taking drugs and even selling them. Jennifer soon tasted the bitter part of the freedom she had long sought for when she became a professional drug trafficker.
At 16, she gave birth to her first child and by 17, she was a mother of two. Following the voice of the evil spirit, she even got three tattoos on her body, that the demons used to monitor her movements. Soon after that, the different fathers of both children disappeared and she continued her reckless life, a single mum. Suddenly, she received a letter from the father of one of her children, saying, “I am in prison. Can you help me?” She arranged to visit him and during the visit, he asked her for a favour. Because he was the father of her child, she agreed. She was told to meet a man at the train station and collect a package containing drugs and bring it to him in prison.
During another prison visit, she noticed that those with children were not searched so she decided to bring her children the next time to avoid suspicion. Although she managed to pass the drugs to him without being caught, the prison security found the drugs on him and she was traced and arrested. Her children were removed from her and taken to social services and later placed with her mother. After a court case lasting one year, she was sentenced to two years in prison after 37 previous shoplifting offenses were used as further evidence against her. When she had been in prison seven months, the news came to her that her children had been taken away from her mother and were now back in social services.
When she was finally released from prison, she was relocated outside of London in an attempt to separate her from her bad friends. Still her mind was not free as the evil voice kept telling her to go back to her bad habits. When her mother asked her to accompany her to Nigeria to receive her deliverance at The SCOAN, she reluctantly agreed thinking it was opportunity for a holiday. The minute she entered the gates of The SCOAN building, a terrible migraine started as the evil spirit did not want her to receive her freedom.
When the time came for the ministration of the Morning Water, her legs began to shake and when she was ministered to, her head felt as if it was going to explode. For the first time, she prayed, “Lord, I have come all the way from London. I cannot go back with this problem. Please deliver me!” The moment came and the sprit that pushed her to prison was exposed and expelled forever! Smiling to the congregation and Emmanuel TV viewers, she said that the first thing she noticed was that she felt light. Secondly, she began to greet and care for the mother that she had hated and disrespected before. Every morning, she now reads her Bible and the evil voice in her heart is a thing of the past. After her deliverance, she had a dream in which certain horrible creatures tried to lure her into a deep pit. She was almost going down the pit when a strange hand held her away into safety. Jennifer confessed that she is now a new person after her deliverance.
Now totally free from smoking, drinking and taking drugs, she advised the world that The Morning Water is the last solution. Her mother, overcome with joy for the deliverance of her daughter who before would only greet her to ask for money thanked God for the answer to her prayers.