Nigerians React As Pastor Adeboye's Son Is Seen Dressing Like a Gangster
By studio.opera.com | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 1653 views
Social media evangelist, Victor Edet has taken to his Facebook page to call out Pastor E.A Adeboye‘s son, Leke for dressing up like a gangster.
The controversial evangelist said this in a post he put up saying that he was short of words to see a photo of Pastor Leke dressed like a gangster.
His caption: “How can a Pastor be wearing a face cap this way?”, the angered evangelist expressed his disappointment.
To further express his point, Victor Edet called on the Redeemed Christian Church of God to bring to order Pastor Leke. As he said it’s strange for a Pastor to be dressing like a gangster. In his words “You can’t be a Pastor and be dressing like a gangster”, he warned.
Although its in the place of our religious houses and cleric we look up to show us good examples and right morals but do you think that expressing once feeling through dressing is lack of moral?
Refer to his Facebook post below;
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