- A Nigerian lady, Bibi Babatunde-Ibitokun, has taken to Twitter after coming across a controversial church flyer
- The flyer had stated that God has no female child and as such no female will make it to heaven
- Several users on the platform had mixed reactions to the post
- However, one of Bibi’s followers was quick to note that a clarification has been made by the church that put out the flyer
A Nigerian lady identified as Bibi Babatunde-Ibitokun recently took to her page on microblogging platform, Twitter, to call the attention of her followers to a strange church flyer that she came across.
In the flyer, it was boldly written that God has no female child and for that reason, no female on earth will make it into heaven.
Bibi while sharing a picture of the flyer noted that she has not stopped laughing since she came across it.
According to her, it is simply the work of the devil. Bibi noted that a movement that excludes women from the salvation plan is satanic.
She said: “I've laughed non -stop since I saw this event flyer. The devil is busy and he is using misogynistic mindsets to create an anti-Christ movement. A movement that excludes women in the salvation plan is satanic. Wow, this is pitiable.”
Check out the post shared by her below:
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The post generated mixed reactions in Bibi’s comment section.
Read what her followers had to say below:
Also reacting to the post, a user noted that he visited the Facebook page of the cleric in the poster and found out that a clarification has been made about the flyer.
According to him, the man of God had simply shared the controversial flyer with the intention of grabbing people’s attention.
See his tweet below:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously gathered the report of a Nigerian pastor, Kingsley Okonkwo, who addressed the issue of feminism on social media.
Okonkwo noted that feminism is a movement that is influenced by the devil. He claimed that people who believe in gender equality are those who come from broken homes with abusive and or absentee fathers.
The cleric defended his standpoint by saying it has the backings of scripture, science and statistics.
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