While religion is a big part of the African society, some millennials are starting to protest some practices they tag excessive. it is no news that Nigerians are extremely religious but people are starting to think all that religiosity is for nothing as the nation is still struggling.
A recent uproar erupted on social media after photos of some students in a school identified as Emerald International Academy in Aba, Abia, were captured in intense prayer session on the school premises.
A Lewis The Youth's President on Facebook shared the photos on Facebook and described it as a precious moment in which student were filled with the Holy Spirit and were manifesting under the power of God.
While a few people have commended the fact that students are developing a love for God and his kingdom, many Nigerians have condemned the practice and argued that school is supposed to be for learning and not religion.
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Some Nigerians have reacted to the photos and stated that students should be learning in school and not dedicating their time to religion.
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Meanwhile, the church members of the Malaysian RCCG parish were tagged as trouble makers, or better put, noise makers after they took to organising a vigil in the area. Of course, the very word 'vigil' means that they were praying and worshipping God at night.
This did not seem to go down well with the neighbours living in the area and it would seem like they called the cops on them. The police appeared promptly and circulated the feeling of fear amongst the congregation.
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