‘End times is here’ – Reactions as gospel singer arrives on stage in coffin to minister (PHOTOS)

A gospel singer, Samuel Oguche aka Onoja, caused a stir online after he shared photos from his ministration, where he arrived in a coffin.

The upcoming singer, in photos making rounds, had stormed a church in a casket. In the photos, the singer can be seen in a casket being carried into the church by heavy men.


According to reports online, the singer had made such bizarre nice to preach about “Death to self”.

Sharing photos from the event on his Facebook page on Friday, Onoja wrote, “Thank you Jalingo City !!! So much overwhelmed by the testimonies we received after this Experience.

“We return all glory to God for the impact, transformed lives and many others.

Welcome Once again to Funeral Service — Death of Self (Die Daily).”

The photos have since generated mixed reactions online as many stated that churches were slowly turning into rituals, while others noted how there isn’t a difference being him and actors.


One Kitan B wrote, “This is beyond me. I’m perplexed


One Tycoon wrote, “Make Daddy Freeze no see this picture

One Ksolo Hitz wrote, “What if he passed on to glory like that? God knows e get some kind play wey no fit try


One Attitude Adjuster wrote, “When Kanayo Kanayo lay inside coffin for movie, una enjoy am oh. Now a man of god do same just to pass a message. Una all they cap shit. Hypocrisy at its best. Nigerians


One Elohim Elsha wrote, “These people are openly doing rituals inside churches and u mumus still sit there


One Sound god wrote, “I can picture Daddy Freeze racing towards his house to go a set up his Ring light n white curtain to throw more light on this matter’s rising

One Onyedinachi Peace Chizorom wrote, “Some people Sha. Actors will never same coffin in the name of movie, you will buy, download, and see them without any impact. Now same coffin is been used to remind us of our high calling, yet we see it the other way round. Hmmm! May this same death were scared of not meet us unprepared. In Jesus name

One Nancy Sam wrote, “This is not Christianity. What is the meaning of this? Or are you stylishly doing rituals? Tufiakwa! I pity those under this kind of ministration”