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I think We Should Not Force English During Prayers - Fan Reacts To Patoranking's Message On Facebook

Just a few minutes ago, Popular Nigerian Reggae Musician, Patrick Nnaemeka Okorie popularly known as Patoranking took to his Facebook Page to wish Fans a happy month. The 32-year-old singer wrote this statement to his fans which reads, “Bless New Month To You All”. Looking at his statement, there seems to be a mistake, in his message as he forgot to add “ed” to bless.

While many Fans seem oblivious to his typographical error, a particular chose to point it out to him by giving an example, and saying this statement. He said, and I quote, “I think we should not force English during prayers, yesterday I heard someone saying I forgive you Lord”.

Check Out The Screenshot Of His post below.

While it seems that this was just a mere mistake, many of his fans seem unconcerned about it and instead took to the comments section to praise him for his beautiful songs which touches their souls.

His recent songs “Abule and Celebrate Me” have been making waves for the past several months. Many music lovers across Africa were so moved by his lyrics that a particular fan said shared a statement which reads, “Celebrate me is a very strong message to the world, I believe you Pato my man”.

Check Out The Screenshots Of Their Reactions Below.

Check Out The Screenshots Of Reactions From Fans Below.

So what do you think about this? Do you think that people are ignoring that typographical error due to the love they have for the musician? Share your views with us in comment section.

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