- A group of Oyinbo people were captured in a video making the rounds worshipping the Ifa deity passionately
- The worshippers all dressed in white attires and comprises of men, women as well as children spoke Yoruba fluently
- Mixed reactions have trailed the video as some Nigerians accused the white worshippers of taking the Yoruba culture in exchange for their Christianity
In what has been greeted with a huge surprise, Oyinbo people were spotted in a building worshipping a Nigerian deity Ifa.
The worshippers all rocked white attires but of different designs and took positions on the floor.
In the video shared by GoldMyne on Instagram, a man believed to be an Ifa priest is seen in front making declarations in Yoruba language.
The congregants respond in unison to the supposed priest's statements.
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In front of the priest are food items such as vegetables, yams and various well-arranged covered plates.
Social media reacts
"Them don give una fake book called bible and Quran , they are now gradually practicing and taking over our traditional heritage , Africa need to wake up to reality not this Abraham religion that causes war hatred and terrorism all over the world."
"Never in this Life Oyinbo go allow Africans practice their true culture never. But black man go reject their own tradition and say na juju bi dat. You how oyinbo dey worship wetin naija people reject."
"I don’t know why Christian no get single faith, una wey comments here are all Christian, then leave ur religion and embrace this. Sunday they wil still carry bible go dey shout in church, una mind don dey shake for this ordinary video? No single faith in u people’s heart, anywhere they push them, they go."
"And the original is owner of this sweet religion,has totally forgotten their beliefs because of civilization."
"Y’all are happy that westerners adopt your religion and it’s sounds genuine to you but we adopting the religion of our choice makes it not genuine,total hypocrisy."
Oyinbo celestial priest vibes to Yoruba song in church
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that an Oyinbo celestial priest sang and vibed passionately to a popular Yoruba song.
The unidentified celestial church priest reportedly based in Paris, France vibed and sang the song fluently.
The joyous priest could be heard while he sang encouraging the congregation to sing along.
He gave complete verses of the song without making any mistakes.