Woman who spoke out against Christianity to marry indigenous doctor says she does not regret: “I was a prayer warrior” Kenya News
- Lolo Ebelechukwu Obi was once a prayer warrior before ditching Christianity for traditional religion
- Nigerian lady who has been married to an indigenous doctor for eight years said she does not regret her decision
- According to Obi, friends who laughed at her when she made the switch and married a traditionalist are now happy with her.
Lolo Ebelechukwu Obi, the wife of an indigenous doctor, said many pastors flock to her husband’s shrine for their spiritual powers.
The Nigerian lady was once a prayer warrior, but abandoned Christianity to become a traditionalist.
Obi has been married for eight years to the high priest of the Idemmili cultural center.
In an interview with BBC News, Obi said she does not regret her decision to change her religion.
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How she married the native doctor
Obi remembered when she visited the man’s shrine when he told her about the prophecy of the “spirits” of their union.
After discussing it with his mother, Obi finally gave in as she would later find out that she had been called to be a traditionalist.
The lady expressed her joy at being a traditionalist, pointing out that those who had laughed at the move before are now celebrating with her.
Mixed reactions follow his revelations
Joy Torsabo Teta thought:
“Pastors are not your problem as a prayer warrior that takes you to go there at the beginning … it’s okay we have fake pastors but the real ones too dey so abeg in the end any man goes to account for itself “
Chinedu Henry reacted:
“Ma’am, will you keep kwayet you were desperate to get married because age is no longer on your side or probably because of the lolo title that is involved, marry your high priest in peace and let Christianity out of that. “
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Papasam Hayford Obadan said:
“You have never been a Christian. You are a prayer warrior and you take problems to a native doctor. You and the pastors who come there are not Christians. We do not judge you for your choices, but do not judge you. don’t eat chicken and call yourself vegetarian, please! Grandpa .. “
Kenneth Emeka wrote:
“What destroyed a lot of today is believing too much in your pastors God said he gave us power over principles and powers so that you have your own power, he also said that it was establishing so that when you go you believe in God and faith in God when you are able to pass traditionalism or not, I am not condemning the woman that they should not allow them to be deceived. “
Light Onuoha said:
“I also observed something, this lady was focusing on the spiritual husband and the deliverance of the church, who else feels like she speaks for herself, and that’s why she d ‘First visited the native doctor. Abeg marries your native doctor, we have seen a lot in our country, and nothing surprises us yet. “
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In another story, Kevin Wesley who left Christianity and abandoned Jesus Christ began to practice an ancient African religion.
His newly found faith was followed by two wives who seemed to give him purpose and motivation. The father of six who also happens to be a grandfather told his fans via Instagram that his two wives sometimes jealous of each other.