I had a dream last night: Singer Waconzy warns Nigerians to prepare for rapture

I had a dream last night: Singer Waconzy warns Nigerians to prepare for rapture

- Singer Waconzy recently encouraged his fans and followers to start living a good life

- The singer stated that he saw that true Christians would soon go and meet the Lord

- Waconzy said that time is just around the corner and won't take long anymore

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Singer Waconzy has got Nigerians talking on social media after a recent post he made on his Instagram page.

Waconzy said he had a dream on Wednesday, February 3, about the rapture. According to him, the dream was so real.

Rapture is a belief held by Christians that all true believers who are alive, along with resurrected believers, will rise in the clouds, to meet the Lord in the air.

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Singer Waconzy talks about the rapture. Photos: @waconzy
Source: Instagram

The singer then encouraged his fans and followers to prepare for the coming of Christ.

He stated that the coronavirus pandemic is being used to usher in the rise of the Luciferians.

Using a bible story as his reference, Waconzy said Noah didn't convince anybody before building the ark.

Fans of the singer took to his comment section to react to his post.

Read some comments below:


"I had the same dream as well, not a joking matter."


"Lord have mercy. I never prepare o."


"I've had a similar dream like dis before for real."


"Yes ooh always in my mind day and night."


"Lord have mercy."

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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Pastor Kumuyi said the rapture of true saints would happen soon.

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Taking to his Twitter page, the man of God asked if people were ready for the rapture.

Nigerians took to the comment section of the cleric's post to share diverse opinions on the imminent rapture.

Twitter user with the handle @badmanjide wrote:

"Rapture could happen and nobody is going anywhere because we are ALL sinners. And whoever think he is without sin and can make Rapture should cast the first stone at me."

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