Idah Peterside, a former Super Eagles goalkeeper, has recounted how the unquenchable thirst for money and fame brought him into the horrible world of occultism.
The former player of the Super Eagles turned pastor Idah Peterside, on Tuesday morning, made confessions on the diary of Ifeanyi Udeze via Brila FM.
Peterside told Udeze he had an uncompromising appetite for money and fame that brought him into the dark world of occultism.
“For me it was so horrific that I even fell into supernatural worship; I was interested in occultism and people didn’t know,” he said.
“I did all that because I wanted the money and the fame that didn’t come. My situation was so bad I used to be holding snakes meetings. Mine was top class; it was wild. “The pastor also revealed that by sleeping with them, particularly virgins, his main activity was to’ initiate’ them.
“What really took me to the next level in occultism depended on the number of women I was sleeping with because my covenant was to initiate women.
“For love or any friendship, I did not sleep with them; my goal was simply to introduce them and move on,” he explained.
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