My Friends are Happy with me Now: Nigerian Prayer Warrior who Dumped Christianity to Marry a Native Doctor

My Friends are Happy with me Now: Nigerian Prayer Warrior who Dumped Christianity to Marry a Native Doctor

  • Lolo Ebelechukwu Obi was formerly a prayer warrior before she dumped Christianity for the traditional religion
  • The Nigerian lady who has been married to a native doctor for the past 8 years stated that she has no regrets about her decision
  • According to Obi, friends who had mocked her when she made the switch and married a traditionalist are now happy with her

Lolo Ebelechukwu Obi, the wife of a native doctor, has stated that numerous pastors throng her husband's shrine for spiritual powers.

The Nigerian lady was formerly a prayer warrior but dumped Christianity to be a traditionalist.

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The lady stated that she has no regrets about marrying a native doctor Photo Credit: Screengrabs from video shared by BBC News Pidgin
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Obi has been married to the chief priest of Idemmili cultural centre for the past 8 years.

In an interview with BBC News Pidgin, Obi said she has no regrets over her decision to switch religions.

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How she married the native doctor

Obi recalled that one certain day she had visited the man's shrine when he told her of the 'spirits' prophecy of their union.

After debating it with her mother, Obi eventually gave in as she would later find out there was a calling to be a traditionalist upon her.

The lady expressed joy at being a traditionalist, stressing that those who had mocked the move before are now celebrating with her.

Mixed reactions trail her revelations

Joy Torsabo Teta thought:

"Pastors are not your problem as a prayer warrior watin carry you go there in the beginning... it agreed we have fake pastors but the real ones too dey so abeg at the end all man go give account of himself "

Chinedu Henry reacted:

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"Madam will you keep kwayet, you were only desperate to get married as age is no longer on your side or probably because of lolo title that's involved, abeg marry your chief priest in peace and leave Christianity out of it."

Papasam Hayford Obadan stated:

"You were never a Christian. You be prayer warrior and you dey carry problem go native doctor place. Both you and the pastors coming there are not Christians. We don't judge you for your choices, but don't eat chicken and call yourself vegetarian, please! Papi.."

Kenneth Emeka wrote:

"What destroyed many of today is believing too much in your pastors God says he has given us power over principles and powers so you so you have your own power he also said he establish so when you go you believe in God and faith in God when you degree you shall come to pass traditionalism or not I'm not condemning the woman they should not allow the them to be deceived."

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Light Onuoha said:

"I also observed something, this lady focused on spirit husband and church deliverance, who else has this feeling that she is talking about her self, and that is why she visited the native doctor at first. Abeg marry ur native doctor, we've seen a lot of things in this our country, and nothing the surprise us again."

Lady who dumped Christianity to be a high priestess of a deity opens up

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a high priestess of a deity has stated that her husband is an elder in the Redeemed Christian Church of God.

Yeye Lara Fashola-Fanimokun told Legit.ng in an exclusive interview that though born into a Muslim family, she started seeing visions and could tell future events as young as age 7.

Upon making religious and spiritual investigation, the maritime lawyer was told that there is a higher calling upon her life.

Lara said even as a prophetess, she still felt amiss until the call to be a high priestess was answered.

Source: Legit.ng

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