"I saw Jesus standing on top of the mast. He was standing between two people and was putting on a white cloth. His hair was black."
The site quickly became a centre of attraction and was surrounded by a throng of people shouting at each other to "Come, come, come look over there, between those two bars, do you see him, do you see him…? He [Jesus] is standing between those two bars,"
Local Anglican Bishop Nelson Onono Onweng said "I was nearby when a young man came telling us that Jesus had been sighted on the MTN mast. We all laughed him off but when I was leaving the town I saw thousands of people around the mast."
"The Bible does not tell us when Jesus will appear. It does not tell us that he will appear on a mast or on a mango tree. So I don’t believe in the whole thing."
MTN, who own the mast, sent engineer Herbert Omoding who admitted he’d "seen nothing unusual". Far from a denial that Jesus was present, it could mean he sees the lamb of God appear on his masts all the time?!