- A Nigerian man has taken to social media to share a video of a religious group he found on the streets of Akwa Ibom
- The video, taken early in the morning, showed members of the group all on white as they chanted with great energy
- Some people claimed the people in the video were members of the Brotherhood of Cross and Star, while many others hailed them
A recording artiste and gospel singer, Dan Tutu, has caused a stir online via a video he shared showing what he saw on the streets of Akwa Ibom.
Tutu's video showed a group of people chanting as they moved on the street, all dressed in white flowing garments.
The group comprised men, women and children, with females having the largest population.
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A woman who was sweeping the road was unmoved as they passed her.
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Early morning clip stirs reactions
The video, which was taken early in the morning, stirred reactions.
Watch the video below:
People say they are members of the Brotherhood of Cross and Star
"No one is talking about the lady sweeping she get mind sha."
"The cleanest state in Nigeria. See roads and street light. This is early morning. That’s the most fascinating thing about this video."
"Thank you father, peace be unto you people that think's BCS has a different God. met grandma to no the history of BCS."
"I sneaked from home one time and went to town, I was coming back home and met people all in white, not singing oo, just walking eiiii the way I run."
"I dey fear these people."
"That the only true church for me my dad would be proud if I go back rip dad is not up to me again can't find them in Lagos but we always be a member."
goodness Monday said:
"The church close to my street...they are avin program...love dem,dey never get tired of serving God."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that the spiritual leader of the Brotherhood of Cross and Star said he prayed against Biafra so it won't come.
He urged his followers to pray on the street of Aba against Biafra and call for the peace and unity of Nigeria, saying Biafra “should disappear because it is not in the agenda of God.”
The spiritual leader said he will meet with major stakeholders in the Southeast region, including governors and youth leaders, when he leads his large congregation to Owerri, Imo.