“All pastors are fraudsters in my book” – Actress Iheme Nancy

Popular actress and filmmaker, Iheme Nancy, has said that all pastors are “fraudsters”, as she went on a rant against the clerics on social media.

She called them “miracle merchants” and said they only perform miracles like healing of “20 years of waist pain” that no one can “verify”.

She asked why they can’t perform visible miracles like re-growing a lost limb or separating conjoined twins.

Nancy Iheme wrote;

All these miracle merchants that call themselves men of god will never regrow a lost limb or separate conjoined twins.

Only them 20 years of waist pain and other things no one can verify, profiting off the mind of gullible Africans. All pastors are fraudsters in my book.

Meanwhile, Media personality, Nancy Isime, has said she lost her mum when she was five years old and attempted suicide as a child.

The 29-year-old stated this in an interview published by BBC Pidgin on Wednesday.

She said she started working at the age of 17.

“I lost my mum at five. I didn’t really have a smooth childhood. I suffered from depression and attempted my first suicide in childhood. It was actually the only but I was able to go through all that and I’m still here today.

“Some people had time to grow through life but I had to mature in time. Losing your mum at the age of five, you’re exposed to a lot of things you’re not supposed to experience. I started working at the age of 17,” she said.

Nancy also spoke on how she got her signature hair.

“As weirdly as it sounds, one day my hair was itching me and I fixed so the heat was much and right there and then I decided to loose the hair.

” When I was small my father cut my hair almost throughout my childhood and I hated it, I felt I was an ugly child so I never thought the hair will be my style,” she said.

Nancy paid tribute to her mum, 24 years after death on April 28.