- A Nigerian lady, Anita Adaobi Jeremiah Ezenwanyi, has got tongues wagging on social media after sharing an unpopular opinion
- Adaobi who is a traditional worshipper said her sons and daughters would have nothing to do with Jesus Christ
- She added that once they come of age, she would take them to the river for cleansing and also to her late father’s shrine
Matters of religion are usually regarded as highly important in Nigeria with many people moving towards Islam or Christianity. However, there are a few who are traditional worshippers and very proud of it.
Just recently, a lady identified on Facebook as Anita Adaobi Jeremiah Ezenwanyi caused quite a buzz after she shared her thoughts about Christianity and how she would make sure her children do not toe that path.
Adaobi said none of her children would have anything to do with Jesus Christ. She even added that once they came of age, she would take them to the river for proper cleansing so that they would be at peace with the marine spirits.
She added that once her son clocks 10, she would also take him to her late father’s shrine so that they would be recognised.
The young lady added that she would train her son to love and accept the spirits because she had seen his future. Explaining further, Adaobi said she was sure her ancestors would be proud.
See the post below:
In a subsequent post, the young lady spoke about how she came to be a traditionalist. According to her, her late father was a great native doctor and she had never heard about Jesus till her father died.
She said she learned about Jesus after she relocated to Enugu following her father’s passing. Adaobi disclosed she started going to church but she was not at peace till she retraced her steps and went the way of her father.
Excerpts from her post read:
“Nobody ever thought me how to summon the dead. I was showed everything in my dream. I woke up, got the necessary things exactly as I was showed in the dream, called my father by his name and summon his spirit.
I was guided step by step by my father’s spirit, till I made peace with my Ancestors, my kindred spirits and my water family.
The world is deeper than you can ever imagine. You only know what you know.
That is why I wouldn't want my own kids to go through the stuffs I went through before I retraced my steps.”
See her full post below:
Legit.ng has earlier reported on a Nigerian traditionalist who claimed to be a water goddess.
Identified as Adaeze Gift Okolie, she explained that the Bible used to be hers back when she still practised Christianity. Okolie who also goes by the name Adaeze Ijemmili stated that she no longer believes in the 'lie'.
Adaeze, who described herself as a river goddess and an antichrist, revealed that she thought of burning the holy book but didn't out of respect for people who still believe in it.
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