- Popular Nigerian gospel singer, Nathaniel Bassey, has shared his two cents on social media
- The singer spoke on people who are bent on leaving Nigeria because they feel it would guarantee success
- The music star said that relocating to Canada does not guarantee success if it is not God’s plan for them
Many Nigerians are indeed fed up with the situation of things and a number of them have made it their goal in life to gather funds and leave to somewhere they believe has greener pastures.
Some Nigerians have even become so desperate that they fall for evil ploys and join trips that will make them lose their lives, all in a bid to escape the country.
Nigerian gospel singer, Nathaniel Bassey, has shared his take on this and how relocating from the country does not guarantee success.
In the screenshot of the tweet shared on the singer’s page, he said that being where God wants one to be is the secret and not whether one relocates to Canada or not.
The singer added that people should make sure they are where God wants them to be and not just blindly following trends.
In the caption of his post, the singer wrote: “And let me add that if God says leave Nigeria, staying back here would amount to living outside of His will for your life. The key here is being where God would have you be. Even if it’s Iraq.”
See his post below:
In other news, Legit.ng reported that gospel singer, Tope Alabi, earned the criticism of some Nigerians after a video went viral on social media, showing her doing 'worldly' dance steps.
In the short clip, Alabi was seen doing the popular zanku and ‘gbe body e’ moves as she added a bit of ‘galala’ and other steps that are popular amongst youths.
The minister also got wind of the criticism and she reacted to it in an interview. According to her, she was at her father’s burial and she needed that dance.
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