In the early hours of Saturday, August 8, 1981 our Most Holy Father in the dream land took me
to the sea shore. There, the Holy Father was standing behind me and asked me to sweep the
shore. I was provided with the branches of shrubs and young plants tied as a broom with which I
started sweeping. As I commenced with the sweeping a pathway at the center of the sea
gradually opened; the Holy Father asked me to stop sweeping. I dropped the broom and was led
by the Holy Father into the sea through the pathway. As we moved in, it appeared that we were
now in a different planet. In this planet, I saw a hall similar to the Pentecostal Hall at 34 Ambo
Street in Calabar. The hall was full of fishes of different types and sizes as well as other sea
dwelling creatures. Some of the fishes and creatures were choristers, ordained ones, elders,
congregation, Christ students and servants and children, all seated in a similar sitting
arrangement in a typical Brotherhood bethel.
When it was time for service, our Holy Father mounted the alter and conducted the service. The
theme of the sermon to the sea creatures and fishes was “love ye one another”. Suddenly, the
fishes and the other sea creatures started to be transformed to human beings; men, women, old
and young and little children. At that time, I found that we were now all in human form. Our
Holy Father then called me by name and said, “My child, you can now bear witness that these
are your brothers and sisters which you people kill and eat.” I lamented and prayed for
forgiveness and pardon. After the prayer, I was disconnected and the time was 3:00am.
Thank you Father.