Jan 25, 2022

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New Year Resolution: Kogi Deputy Governor Vows to Keep Afro Hair to Avoid Mummy GO’s Wrath – Legit.ng

  • The most discussed topic in Nigeria at the moment is the sermons of the evangelist Funmilayo Adebayo
  • The woman popularly known as “Mummy GO” has their videos all over the internet, especially those of their controversial sermons
  • A young government official in Kogi State has joined the conversation, particularly with the one who concerns him directly

Lokoja – The Deputy Governor of the State of Kogi, Chief Edward Onoja, has found the trending memes and videos from Mummy GO on the Internet connected.

The founder of the Rapture Proclaimer Evangelical Church of God, Evangelist Funmilayo Adebayo, hit the internet after videos of her sermon hit the internet.

When the videos circulated on various social media platforms, Nigerians took the name “Mummy GO “to refer to the evangelist Adebayo.

In one of the preacher’s videos posted on the Internet, she categorically said that every man who stands up his hair so much that his scalp will become visible, will not enter the kingdom of God.

The preacher’s statement caused an uproar on social media, with many rejecting her claims while others disagreed made fun of their comment.

The trend jumped Chief Onoja said one of his new resolutions was to always keep your hair full so as not to go to hell. < / p>

Chief Onoja jokingly wrote in pidgin English on his official Facebook page:

“I’m going on this 2022 na Afro all the time. I don’t want to miss the sky. And I use dyes for my beards. I can’t scream. Mama G.O, I hear you Ma!

“If God blesses your brother, friend or neighbor and whistles you, you won’t get fit, make heaven ooh. Regret !! “

The post caused a huge surge on the Deputy Governor’s Facebook page with 11,000 reactions, 173 shares and over 600 comments.

The Vice Governor is known for his active use of social media, where he regularly informs Kogites about his activities and those of the Kogi State government.

‘Mummy GO’ that some people are after her life

In the meantime, Evangelist Adebayo said in an interview with BBC Pidgin over the weekend that those behind the trendy Mummy GO hellfire There are memes that sent armed men after her.

She said they’ve been around for about eight years and only recently decided to use social media to embarrass them , adding that their messages put their church members away from them in theirs own church.

Paster Faseru urges Christians to always pay their tithing

The overseer of the Kingsway International Christian Center, KICC, in turn, in Nigeria Pastor Femi Faseru urged the believers in his church not to show a negligent attitude towards paying tithing in 2022. On a recent broadcast, the Lagos-based pastor said that Paying tithing is a principle, not a law.

He also warned KICC members not to listen to ‘online preachers’ who discourage Christians from tithing on social media.

Pastor Kumuyi is ready to return their tithes and offerings to sinners

In a similar development, the general overseer and founder of Deeper did Christian Life Ministry, Pastor Williams Folorunsho Kumuyi, said that those who use their resources to help the K Supporting ee and continuing to wallow in sin is just a lavish gesture.

Pastor Kumuyi said that God does not need a sinner’s money because he emphasized that People must live holy lives.

He went on to say that if one knows the number of sinners in his church and can see how much they have given, he is ready to remove the money and return it to them. There is no need to add Almighty God.