There has been several mixed reactions from people following yesterday's post made in the late night by Super Falcons of Nigeria prolific dazzler and Atletico Madrid Women forward maestro, Rasheedat Ajibade via her official Facebook page.
Rasheedat Ajibade was seen having a training session ahead of tomorrow's final in the Spanish Copa de la Reina Women to be played against Real Madrid Women team at the Estadio Municipal de Butarque.
This was in full readiness and preparation following her top notch performance in their last semi-finals ties against Alhama Women where she got involved in one of their four goals scored, courtesy of a sublime assist which was instrumental in helping them secured a spot in the final.
In addition with this was also her unique way of professing her love for the gospel of Christ as seen on several occasions both on and off the pitch of play.
She was majorly noticed in the last Women Africa Cup of Nations tournament held in Morocco and has been able to maintain the standard hitherto, having been seen wearing some shirts with inscription of Bible verses and more.
This was a similar scenario yesterday with one of the pictures posted with the caption below:
"Being a Christian is not just a Bible verse in your bio, keeping a daily journal or wearing a cross necklace.
It's saying no to the World and yes to Jesus when everything around you fights against it. Following Jesus isn't always easy, but it's so worth it".
This has garnered several mixed reactions from people as some commended her for her steadfast love in her choice of religion, with some of the reactions seen below:
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