Lagos – A man is suing South African power company, Eskom, claiming that his prayers during the 2010 World Cup is what prevented power cuts in the country, Mirror reports.
Nelson Thabo Modupe is suing the electricity company for almost £14 million because it was his religious devotion that saved the company from humiliation and stress during the time of the event.
According to Modupe, load shedding is a result of lightning and wind and he took on the responsibility to pray to God that the power cuts would not take place.
Modupe also said that if he was not paid his due he was willing to negotiate a partnership in the company.
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