I Can Command The Rain To Stop, Have Power To Heal The Sick – Oluwo Of Iwoland, Oba Akanbi

While speaking in a recent exclusive interview with Premium Times, the Oluwo of Iwo land, Oba Abdulrasheed Akanbi, revealed how he commands the rain to stop.

The popular Nigerian monarch who got married to a Jamaican woman, who disclosed further that he has the power the power to heal people, also revealed that any man of God who does not pick up calls off others at night is a loser.


The Oluwo of Iwo said: “I can command the rain to stop. I have done it more than once. An oba who doesn’t worship lesser gods, an oba that worships no other thing than God who does not sleep. If you have a pastor that sleeps that you are relying on, you are going to lose.

“If you have an Imam who has a wife and when he sleeps by his wife in the night, you call him and he can’t pick your call, you know you are a loser. If you have a babalawo as your backbone, your backbone will break. I have only God. It is not about Islam, it is not about Christianity, it is not about babalawo, it is about divinity.”

Oba Akanbi further said that many things about the traditional cultures in Yoruba land are divine and also narrated how he was able to stop the rain in Lekki area of Lagos.

He said: “Many things about the Yoruba culture and traditions are divine. Any function that I am attending and there is no canopy and there is rain coming I will tell it to go away. Many people have witnessed it in many places. There was even one with thundering and lightning, I said I am outside here, go back.

“There was another one, I told that rain, go to Lekki. Yes, and it would never rain. I have the power to say that, with the power of God and the position I am sitting in. That is why when I pray to God, I can command sickness to leave the person it is affecting to come to me. If I want to take anything like sickness or poverty from the land, I have to give it back to God that owns it.”

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