- Samklef has taken to social media to react after Pastor Adeboye declared 30-days fasting for Nigeria
- According to the artiste turned blogger, fasting cannot solve the issues in Nigeria
- Samklef who went on a Twitter rant, said the country does not need fasting but a change of mentality
Musician/producer turned blogger, Samklef, recently went on a Twitter rant over the need for Nigerians to change their mentality concerning the issues in the country.
According to a report by @Naija_PR on Twitter, the general overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor E.A Adeboye, recently declared 30 days fasting for the current situation in Nigeria.
Samklef first reacted to the post with amusement before proceeding to state that fasting would not solve the problems in the country. He urged people to 'go and eat' instead.
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He went on to state that God is not a wicked person as Nigerians have been praying for 60 years without any change. Therefore, fasting is not the solution. According to him, Nigerians need to change their mentalities and stop worshipping money, religious leaders and politicians.
"I believe in God and one thing I know for sure is that God is not that wicked. Nigerians have been praying for 60 years.. we don’t need fasting we need to change our mentality stop worshipping money, pastors, imam and politicians simple."
Samklef went on to state that since Vice President Yemi Osinbajo is a pastor of the church, he should be made to go on 100 days dry fasting.
The blogger also revealed the reason he stopped believing in some pastors.
"Is Osinbajo not a redeemed pastor? Make him fast for 100 days and 100 night. Dry. I was baptized in redeem... the moment they gave my uncle that maltreated me and made him a deacon I stopped believing in some pastors. I found God myself since then have been good. All this men are normal men jo!"
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In other news, Cubana Chiefpriest has always been one to lend his voice to issues concerning Nigeria and the COVID-19 palliative looting was not exempted.
The self-acclaimed celebrity barman shared his thoughts about the ongoing nationwide looting on his Instagram page.
He expressed his concerns over the belief people have in a government who according to him, can not provide basic amenities for its citizens like good roads and proper health care.
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