Following a picture of a Buddhist idol that surfaced in the online community, a popular Nigerian media personality has blasted Christians for participating in the frenzy of sharing the image for good luck.
Many Nigerians are known for believing in miracles and seeking the fast money route. It was therefore not entirely surprising when a photo post that emerged on popular micro blogging platform, Twitter, had managed to gain the attention of a vast majority.
In some of the pictures, a smiling Buddha idol can be spotted and it was gathered that according to the Asians, the idol brings blessings to people.
Another version of the photo of the idol which was also a viral sensation online was accompanied with a caption that called on viewers to retweet the post in a bid to receive money or very good news.
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Thousands of Nigerians upon coming in contact with the photo, took to sharing it on their respective timelines in a bid to get instant favor.
See some tweets below:
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Upon getting wind of the trend, controversial media personality Daddy Freeze, took to his Instagram page to lambaste Nigerian Christians that had taken part in the rush for quick money.
He blamed the development on foolish pastors that have misled their followers, and labelled the current generation of Nigerian Christians, as an adulterous one.
See his post below:
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