Social media was recently set on uproar following a revelation by popular clergyman Pastor Enoch Adeboye of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG).
The spiritual leader in a series of Twitter posts had disclosed that he advised his married son to sack a female employee after the young man revealed that he was getting attracted to the lady.
Adeboye’s revelation had immediately set tongues rolling on social media, with many people condemning him for the advice he gave to his son.
Among those who have now joined several other people that criticized the man of God is a popular model and media personality, Uti Nwachukwu
In a post shared on Twitter, Nwachukwu made it clear that religion in the country is a joke. He questioned the justification behind Adeboye asking his son to sack his female employee simply because he could not put his feelings in check.
The presenter noted that yet it is the same religious folks that urge people to pray against those that are blocking their progress.
“Tomorrow now the same people will say we should rise and pray against anyone blocking our progress!!,” his post read in part.
See tweet below:
A follower who engaged Nwachukwu in the comment section urged him to read through the complete posts shared by Adeboye.
The media personality, however, noted that he has read it and still cannot find any justification.
See the conversation between them below
Meanwhile, it was previously reported that Nigerians told Pastor Adeboye that they don’t need another church, the size of Ibadan.
This was said in reaction to Adeboye’s claim that God revealed he will build an auditorium as big as Ibadan before he dies.
According to Adeboye, he heard from God that he is not going to die until he has built them an auditorium as big as one of the biggest cities in West Africa, Ibadan.
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