- A woman has told people that Jesus Christ instructed Christians to stop spraying perfume on their bodies
- The female preacher went ahead to quote from a part of the bible to support her words as she cited 'the last day' story
- Nigerians found the submission very controversial as they picked holes in her sermon, saying cleanliness is next to godliness
A short video by a Nigerian female preacher has stirred massive reactions on social media after she gave a piece of advice on what Christians should stay away from.
The woman said that Christians should not spray perfume on their bodies. Quoting from Isaiah, she added that on the last day, people will stink.
People condemned her sermon
With a matter-of-fact face in a video shared by @instablog9ja, the woman buttressed and maintained her controversial stance.
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Nigerians have found the submission really funny and baseless.
Watch the video below (swipe):
Religion is our problem
At the time of writing this report, her video has gathered thousands of views on Instagram with more than 4,000 comments.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"Na wetin Jesus no talk una wan Dey preach now."
"What else did Jesus tell you."
"That same bible said cleanliness is next to Godliness, smelling nice is also cleanliness y’all just like wahala Abeg."
"You feel say that one go carry you go heaven. Make angel dey cover nose as you dey pass?"
"Where is it written in the Bible ? Religion is our major problem.. humanity and love is the way of life."
"So smelling like locust beans is good?"
Don't jump into marriage because of money
In a video on social media, the Christian cleric said he wasn't rich when he got married and didn't look like someone who would have money.
In his words:
"You don't jump into marriage because somebody has money. I didn't have no money and I didn't look like someone who would have money."