Most precious video – Actor Omolara Ayoola moved to tears as two little girls preach & interpret in a video clip

A video of two little sisters that was posted by well-known gospel director Omolara Ayoola has received thousands of likes and hundreds of comments due to its uniqueness.

The video clip has in it two little girls believed to be sisters doing the works of thier heavenly father.

The sisters were spotted preaching the gospel alternately, with the younger sister translating the sermon into Yoruba as the elder one spoke.

However, some Instagram users flocked to the comment area to show their affection for the children due to the tone, gestures, and facial expressions of the little girls, especially the younger one who interpreted the sermon in her unique Yoruba language.

As many encouraged the girls and their parents to remain steadfast in faith, some also prayed for them.

Sharing the video, Omolara Ayoola noted that their video is undoubtedly one of the cutest and most precious video clip she had seen in a long time. She further prayed for their parent.

In her words; This is the most precious video I have seeing in a long time. That girl is so bold and on point. God bless the womb that bore you both. Much love.”


euniceadebola: The interpreter got me laughing her Yoruba . The exude confidence. God bless the children.

Adebayosamson-has: Train your child in the way of the Lord and when they grow they will not depart from it. Thank God for their lives and that of their parents.

iyidachindinma: I have never wished to understand Yoruba like I did watching the video. God bless them, and may they grow in God’s wisdom.

Femisomuch: So edifying to watch. God has indeed left some remnant for himself. They will not be contaminated in Jesus Name.

omotodolapor: I had goose bumps watching this it’s so beautiful and edifying.

pastorotokunbok.akin: I love the two of them, they are definitely Pastor’s children, that preacher is good at collecting offering and the interpreter. oh my, she’s on another level with her Yoruba and action to express what she’s saying.