Nigerian Music Minister and RCCG Pastor, Pastor Nathaniel Bassey has taken to his verified Instagram page to encourage his followers who feel they are not blessed by his ministrations and how he has been responding to the #EndSARS campaign using his platforms as voice.
This came on board following the “Hallelujah Challenge” that started overnight when he felt the urge to worship, praise and pray to God in a time like this attracting backlashes from some of his followers.
Nathaniel Bassey speaking, he said many Instagram users literally rain curses on gospel ministers because they seem to quiet on #EndSARS campaign or not taking a step that involves their physical appearances by going to the protest ground to raise placards. He added that praising and praying to God is also a weapon to silent the oppression the country as a whole is presently facing.
He therefore urged his followers who felt he has been quiet or using a wrong approach by praising God in one accord with users of like-minded to use the “unfollow button” on Instagram.
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