- A video of a Chief Imam praying with a congregation during a church service in Ikorodu recently warmed hearts on social media
- In the video, the Muslim cleric prayed according to his own faith and the Christian way, to which the church members responded
- Many people on social media said this is how things should be instead of needless religious intolerance between Muslims and Christians
A video of a Chief Imam praying with a congregation during a church service in the Ikorodu area of Lagos has got people talking on social media.
In the video that was shared on Instagram by @instablog9ja, the cleric prayed in both Muslim and Christian ways to which the congregation responded.
"Let's give thanks to God. Praise the Lord. Somebody shout Alleluia. Amen somebody. Our prayers will be answered, we will be filled with joy. This year's harvest will not be our last. Praise the Lord. Somebody praise the living God. Amen somebody."
The Christian cleric was behind his Muslim counterpart all the while and kept smiling as the prayer was ongoing.
Many are impressed
"Religion is peace."
"One love... as it should be."
"Mmmm things are changing."
"Live and Let’s Live. They should Allow Amadioha and Sango come out too And Let’s all Live."
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Angry church members fight pastor over new car, demand refund of tithes in video
A pastor's new car acquisition seemed not to sit well with his church members. This displeasure was registered by the members in a video making the rounds.
The angry church faithfuls, in an Instagram video by @kingtundeednut, waylay their pastor and grab him by the shirt as soon as he alighted from his white Range Rover car.
A heated exchange ensued as many hands hold the unidentified cleric's shirt firmly, to his bewilderment. It was stated that they demanded a refund of their tithes.
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