- An author identified as Praise George has said it is an abomination for people to have pictures of pastors hanging on their walls
- Taking to his Twitter page to make the statement, George says it is paganism to have such pictures hanging on the walls
- He says those images should be burnt
Praise George, an author, has said it is an abomination for people to have pictures of Enoch Adeboye, David Oyedepo, TB Joshua, Sam Adeyemi, Chris Oyakhilome and other pastors hanging on their walls.
The author, who took to Twitter to make the statement, called on people to repent, saying it is paganism for people to have such pictures hanging on their walls.
He said people should burn all those images.
In other news, social media has reacted to Naira Marley's concert in Abuja despite the social distancing order occasioned by the coronavirus pandemic.
Although, the concert was initially planned to be a drive-in concert, but fun seekers violated social distancing and there was quite a large number of people at the venue.
Nigerians on Twitter condemned the concert, asking why the artiste would hold a concert without regards to social distancing when the country is battling COVID-19.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a Nigerian author identified as Chigozie Obioma has won the 2020 Internationaler Literaturpries Award.
Obioma won the award through the German translation of his novel, An Ochestra of Minorities.
The award, which was founded in 2009, has been honouring outstanding contemporary works especially first-time translations “to rack up voices of relatively unknown authors in Germany”.
Reacting to the award, Obioma expressed his gratitude to his translator, Nicholai von Schweder, describing him as a remarkable man.
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In his words: “While I’m grateful and elated, I owe this win to my wonderful translator, Nicholai von Schweder, a remarkable man and the very best.
"Also, my wonderful publisher, Piper Verlag. Thank you to all who continue to support my work. It means so much to me!”
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