COVID-19 lockdown: Pretty Mike says wealth is all emptiness and vanity
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COVID-19 lockdown: Pretty Mike says wealth is all emptiness and vanity

- Pretty Mike has taken to social media to tell Nigerians to pray, repent, and seek a more purposeful life after COVID-19

- The socialite noted that people do not have anywhere to go due to lockdown

- According to him, everything that people have acquired is all emptiness and vanity

- Mike also stated that the good thing about the pandemic is that it would give people the chance to reflect on their lives

Popular Nigerian socialite Pretty Mike has advised Nigerians to pray, repent, and seek a life that is more purposeful after the coronavirus pandemic. The socialite said the pandemic will give people the chance to reflect.

The socialite shared his thoughts on his Instagram page. He noted that everything people acquired is emptiness and vanity. He said at a time when there is lockdown with nowhere to go, everything is just there wasting away.

He said each man is confined in a room in his big mansion and the designer clothes cannot be worn anywhere.

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According to him, the urgent appointments, jobs, and business meetings that used to deprive people of time with family and God are no longer important. He said all people need right now is food, air, and to be alive.

Mike also added that the good thing about the pandemic is that it will force people to reflect on their lives and ask why God needs to keep them alive. He said people need to ask what their purpose in life is.

He concluded by telling people that they need to ask why God needs to spare them when others are dying.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that American music star turned businessman, Sean John Combs, professionally known as Diddy, recently took to his Instagram page to advise people to draw closer to God and make things right with Him.

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The American star stated this after he shared a photo of a scripture from the Bible that talks about God sending an epidemic and prayers and repentance being a solution.

Chronicles 7:13-14 reads: "Whenever I hold back the rain or send locusts to eat up the crops or send an epidemic on my people, if they pray to men and repent and turn away from the evil they have been doing, then I will hear them in heaven, forgive their sins, and make their land prosperous again."

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