Chukwuemeka Ohanaemere, a controversial Onitsha-based clergyman better known as Odumeje, has teased a new collaboration with Flavour N’abania and Phyno, two highlife pop singers.


The self-acclaimed prophet took to his social media page on Tuesday to share a video wherein the trio appeared to be working on a song in the studio.

In the short video, the cleric, also known by a plethora of names including the ‘Indaboski Pahose’, ‘lion himself’, ‘the fight’, ‘the liquid metal’, ‘Lebadu’, ‘Seplae’, ‘fireman’, and ‘ladical plophet’, can be seen singing what appeared to be the song in Igbo language alongside Flavour.


In August, Odumeje had come through with ‘Umu Jesus’ (People of Jesus), a song featuring Flavour — the same month he welcomed their fifth child with Uju Ohanaemere, his wife.

TheCable Lifestyle had earlier examined the personality of the clergyman who gained prominence on the groundswell of several unorthodox practices that have left opinions divided on social media.


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