- The popular Kedike crooner, Chidinma Ekile, has caused much buzz on social media after news that she has left the secular music industry hit social media
- Many of her followers congratulated her as some said gospel music has always been a root
- There people who believed that no matter the genre she is, she will continue to shine as a musician
Popular Nigerian musician, Chidinma Ekile, has announced she has left worldly music to become a crusader of Jesus Christ.
Posts on her Instagram handle has "I am a minister of Christ" written all over them. Her profile on the platform now reads: "I am an end-time Soldier. My message is Jesus."
It should be noted that the musician has churned out Nigerian hit songs such as Kedike and Yanga. In 2011, her banger Jankoliko shook the Nigerian airwaves at a time not many female artistes were rated.
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The latest development came as a very big surprise to many of her fans on social media. Watch her new ministration video below:
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions to her new turn:
"So glad you are back to your root may God see you through."
"So Glad you love God. Keep the fire burning."
"Giving ur life to Jesus Christ is the greatest."
"Heaven is rejoicing! Awesome! Nothing dey this world!"
"Doesn’t matter the genre of music, this girl can sing!!! And her voice is a blessing to this generation."
"Her life her choice. Last last we all have to acknowledge the fact that God is great and serving him with a gift he gave you shouldn’t be a crime."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that popular Nigerian musician, Rema, who celebrated his 21st birthday on Saturday, May 1, filled his Twitter page with many thoughts.
Among the series of tweets the singer made was a stern warning to photographers. He told them to stop editing his photos in the bid to mislead people into thinking he is perfect.
He told his millions of followers on the bird app that he does not flow with the rules of the game, adding that he does not want people getting unnecessarily pressured.