1. Mark Oppenheimer as a journalist has completely ignored the ethics of his profession by lying that he wanted a fair hearing from Helen Ukpabio. He posed as an independent writer who wanted to report a balanced story, but ended up blackmailing Helen and giving her a name -- “WITCH HUNTER”
2. Mark Oppenheimer said that his wife, dog and daughter are the most precious things in his life. I am surprised because if Mark could hate a woman preacher-an African woman, and go all out to tarnish her image, then I don’t believe that he could ever be loving to Rachel, his wife. This man abuses women as can be clearly seen in the case of Helen Ukpabio. He has never known Helen Ukpabio and has never been her congregational member, yet he peddles rumors taken from the internet just because Helen Ukpabio preaches Jesus. The only time he was privileged to hear her was in Houston at Glorious Praise Ministry, but then he reported something else completely. He stuck to the internet blackmail rather than report what he heard and saw. Based on this, he must not write for New York Times if their reputation and reports must be trusted. Mark Oppenheimer is misleading the world by his falsehood.New York Times must lay him off. Mark Oppenheimer also claimed to be a lecturer at the university of Yale, can this dishonest, wicked, blackmailer, fraudulent and Godless man truly be allowed to have contact with youths whose future the parents and government treasure so much –to see them become good and useful citizens? God forbid, he must be brought to book.
4.Mark Oppenheimer is totally seeking to defame a black woman who has not hurt anyone. Could this be because he is an atheist, a racist and an agent of Hitler?
5. Mark Oppenheimer must not write anymore for New York Times because right now, most Africans have doubts about New York Times, they see it as the paper of the atheist. His stories are very misleading and he hates women.
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