Worshippers carry hand-made signs advertising their ailments, including evil spirits and stubbornness.
During "healing", men and women fall to the ground, or more often vomit.
Helpers stand by with sand and soapy water to clean up. Many claim to be healed, but it is difficult to verify given that one reason miracle cures are popular is because of the abysmal state of Nigeria's health system.
Last year, the government banned the televising of "fake" miracles.