- The most talked about topic in Nigeria at the moment is the preachings of Evangelist Funmilayo Adebayo
- The woman popularly referred to as 'Mummy GO' has her videos all over the internet especially those of her controversial preachings
- A young government official in Kogi state has joined the conversation, especially with the one that concerns him directly
Lokoja - Kogi state deputy governor, Chief Edward Onoja, has joined the trending Mummy GO's memes and videos on the internet.
The founder of Rapture Proclaimer Evangelical Church of God, Evangelist Funmilayo Adebayo, has been trending on the internet after videos of her preaching surfaced on the internet.
As the videos circulated on various social media platforms, Nigerians adopted the name 'Mummy G.O' in referring to Evangelist Adebayo.
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In one of the videos of the preacher circulated on the internet, she categorically said any man who barbs his hair to the extent that his scalp shows, will not enter the kingdom of God.
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The declaration of the female preacher caused an uproar on social media with many dismissing her claims, while others made fun of her comment.
Jumping the trend, Chief Onoja said one of his new resolutions is to keep his hair full always to avoid going to hell.
Chief Onoja wrote jocularly in pidgin English on his official Facebook page:
“This 2022 na Afro I go dey on steady. I no want miss heaven. And I go dey use dye for my beards. I no fit shout. Mummy G.O, I hear you Ma!
“If God bless your brother, friend, or neighbour and body dey pepper you, you no go fit make heaven oo. Repent!!”
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The post generated a huge spike on the Facebook page of the deputy governor, with 11,000 reactions, 173 shares, and over 600 comments.
The deputy governor is known for his active use of social media where he updates Kogites regularly on his activities and that of the Kogi state government.
'Mummy GO' says some people are after her life
Meanwhile, in an interview with BBC Pidgin over the weekend, Evangelist Adebayo said those behind the trending Mummy G.O hellfire memes sent gunmen after her.
She said they have been at it for about eight years now and just recently decided to make use of social media to disgrace her, adding that her messages are pulling their church members away from them to her own church.
Paster Faseru urges Christians to pay their tithes always
On his part, the overseer of Kingsway International Christian Centre, KICC, in Nigeria, Pastor Femi Faseru has urged worshippers in his church not to show a lackadaisical attitude towards paying their tithes in 2022.
Speaking during a recent broadcast, the Lagos-based pastor stated that the payment of tithe is a principle and not a law.
He also cautioned KICC members to deviate from listening to 'online preachers' who discourage Christians from paying their tithes on social media.
Pastor Kumuyi ready to give sinners back their tithes, offerings
In a related development, the general overseer and founder of Deeper Christian Life Ministry, Pastor Williams Folorunsho Kumuyi, has said those who use their resources to support the church and keep wallowing in sins are only making a wasteful gesture.
Pastor Kumuyi said that God does not need the money of a sinner as he stressed the need for people to live a holy life.
He further said that if anyone knows the number of sinners present in his church and can determine how much they have given, he is ready to remove the money and give them back, adding the Almighty God is not in need.