Actress Lala Akindoju-Fregene, took to her Twitter handle to react to the attacks some Christians have received for participating in the ongoing Jesus challenge, in which they post the name Jesus in red font on white background, on their social media/networking platforms.
In her response, Lala stated that people should focus on calling out leaders and lawmakers of the country and leave Christians alone.
Read her post below…
In other news, Daddy Freeze, Popular Media personality has tackled gospel singer, Nathaniel Bassey over his new challenge which has taken prominent spots on several social media platforms.
The gospel singer took to his social media accounts to urge Christians to make “Jesus with red marker on white background” their profile photo. Reacting to this, Daddy Freeze claimed that Bassey wants to start another challenge to trend and possibly make money.
He also averred that Jesus and Holy Spirit are not “bulletproof” as Stephen who was filled with the Holy Spirit was stoned to death.
Daddy Freeze further stated that instead of the gospel singer to ask Nigerians to get the PVC for next year’s election, he’s asking them to put up a photo of Jesus. He added that “Nigeria is living proof that Jesus can’t bring peace” because “it’s been 60 years doing the same thing with no results”.
The media personality wrote; “Jesus no be bullet proof o, Holy Spirit no be odieshi. Stephen was filled with the Holy Spirit in acts 7:55 and dem still ST0NE am and the ST0NE enter. – Baba wan start another challenge to trend and possibly make bar. Instead of telling people to go and get their pvc na to put Jesus pic for DP. Who did this to us? Nigeria is living proof that Jesus can’t bring peace; it’s been 60 years doing the same thing with no results bro, come on.