“No Gospel Artist”: Videos Trend As Flavour Performs at RCCG Pastor Siju Iluyomade’s 60th Birthday

“No Gospel Artist”: Videos Trend As Flavour Performs at RCCG Pastor Siju Iluyomade’s 60th Birthday

  • Nigerian lawyer and Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) pastor, Siju Iluyomade, recently turned 60 and celebrated in style
  • Videos from her star-studded celebration went viral, including the performance of popular singer Flavour N’abania
  • The videos of Flavour’s performance at the pastor’s 60th birthday party sparked a huge buzz on social media, with netizens questioning his presence

Popular Nigerian lawyer and RCCG pastor Siju Iluyomade recently turned the milestone age of 60, and a big birthday party was organised on Sunday, February 18, 2024, to mark the occasion.

A series of videos made the rounds on social media from the star-studded occasion and it showed a number of VIPs who attended the pastor’s birthday party.

Flavour performs at RCCG pastor Siju Iluyomade's 60th birthday.
Nigerians react to videos of Flavour performing at RCCG pastor, Siju Iluyomade's 60th birthday. Photos: @goldminevibes
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The event hosted Nigerian monarchs, billionaires, popular media personalities, entertainers and more.

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Some of them include Tony Elumelu, Toke Makinwa, Ali Baba, Kenny Saint Brown, Rasaq and Shade Okoya, and more.

Flavour performs at RCCG pastor Iluyomade’s birthday

Popular Nigerian musician Flavour N’abania was one of those booked to perform at Iluyomade’s birthday party.

Videos made the rounds online of the music star singing on stage and getting the crowd to dance.

Another clip captured him serenading the celebrant on stage as she danced along to his performance.

See some of the clips below:

Tony Elumelu joins Pastor Iluyomade and Flavour on stage:

Reactions trail Flavour’s performance at Iluyomade's birthday

The attention of many Nigerians were drawn to Flavour’s presence at the RCCG pastor’s 60th birthday party and it sparked discussion on social media.

Many netizens condemned the presence of a secular artist at a pastor’s party as they wondered why gospel musicians were not called.

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Read some of their comments below:


“Premium pastor na wa for naija people.”


“We live in interesting times.”


“I believe many people are not aware that RCCG run a franchise. Meaning, any rich person can build a church and pay to be using the name RCCG. Seeing people like Rémi Tinubu and other elements being called RCCG pastors should no longer surprise you.”


“This is Herbert Wigwe’s church, he perished with his family less than a week ago and the pastor is throwing a party with Flavor as performer!!! People please seek and know your God.”


“What happened to mercy chinwo , Nathaniel basset, Moses bliss and sinach?”


“If na cele now hate speech go don full dis comment section come for me make I show u shege ”


“City of David na social klub ooo. No be church be that and no be native doctor house too. Na just jaiye with a touch of Bible and morals.”

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“Redeem has two types....Classical and model and again maybe they bend rules for some people."

Read more comments from Twitter below:

This tweep asked why gospel artists were not called to perform:

Adetutu Balogun pointed out why people run away from the church:

Odumodu Blvck slams people attacking pastors

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Nigerian rapper Odumodublvck, real name Tochukwu Gbubemi Ojogwu, spoke out against the online criticism Pastor Enoch Adeboye faced from some Christian youths.

The Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) general overseer came under fire for saying that Nigeria is facing more than mere political problems that require spiritual solutions.

The 'dog eat dog' singer took to Twitter on Monday, February 12, to scold those who slandered Daddy GO for his remark.

Source: Legit.ng

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