Religion has always been a point of sensitivity for Nigerians. Some ills have been perpetrated by some religiously inclined bodies and somehow it's making some Nigerians loose faith in the concept of religion.
However some of us are still staunch believers. We serve God anytime and anywhere and we're more than proud of being recognized as a servant of God.
However things took an unfavourable turn on Twitter yesterday for a particular lady who belonged to the Deeper life Christian family. She posted a picture of herself on her Twitter account with the caption: "I'm a proud deeper life sister 😁😁😋. Each time I count my blessings, I count being born into deeper life twice!!"
See her picture and tweet below:
This didn't actually went down well as allot of people replied to her post with some lowly comments. One particular user said that she probably isn't a virgin anymore. Some others shared the challenges they've faced with people from similar faith. See more reactions below:
I don't think it was wrong for the lady to express her pride in what she believed to be true, everyone is entitled to their opinions about their respective Faith.
Abi is she wrong for being proud of being a Deeper life sister? What do you think?
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