Oluseun Anikulapo Kuti, Popularly known as Seun Kuti, the Youngest son to iconic Afrobeat singer, Fela Anikulapo Kuti, has urged Clerics from the Christianity and Islam religion to tell their followers to fight for Nigeria and not just pray for Nigeria.
Seun Kuti, who took after his father has gone ahead to tell the Clerics that they've done enough prayers and it's high time they fought. He said it's high time they stopped the preaching of 'Pray for Nigeria'. He said they should preach 'Fight for Nigeria', while he gave instances.
In his words, he said “Dear Priest/Imam. Stop saying pray for Nigeria and start telling the people to FIGHT FOR NIGERIA, abi u dey fear say dem go fight u too?? Switch up the sermon! I mean when some Pastors in some churches weren’t performing, we didn’t pray for them, we sacked them (fought) from office. When some girls say some pastors raped them we didn’t pray for them na.”
Seun Kuti was born about 38 years ago to legendary Singer, Fela Anikulapo Kuti and he is the band leader of the 'Egypt 80', A musical Crew in Nigeria.
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