Controversy Erupts as Chike Lann Rebukes Zion Ministry Founder Over Comments on Women Preachers: Advocates for Gender Equality in Religious Spaces

Controversy Erupts as Chike Lann Rebukes Zion Ministry Founder Over Comments on Women Preachers: Advocates for Gender Equality in Religious Spaces

Nigerian Filmmaker Challenges Evangelist’s Controversial Views on Female Preachers

Chike Lann, a prominent Nigerian filmmaker, actress, and former model, has taken a bold stance against evangelist Chukwuebuka Anozie Obi’s recent comments on female preachers.

The controversy arose when Obi condemned prophetesses who lay their hands on men during menstruation, asserting that such actions are driven by evil spirits.

Outrage Over Obi’s Remarks on Menstruating Women in Church

Evangelist Obi’s statements sparked widespread reactions, with criticism directed at his views on women and menstruation.

Many individuals expressed disapproval, deeming his remarks regressive and discriminatory.

Chike Lann’s Instagram Response: A Challenge to Obi’s Beliefs

Chike Lann joined the discourse by sharing her thoughts on Instagram, directly addressing Evangelist Obi.

In a video, she questioned whether Obi would reject offerings and tithes from menstruating women in his church, suggesting that he might still accept them.

Empowering Feminine Energy: Lann Highlights the Power of Women

Lann’s video captioned “Bia Ebuka Obi…” emphasized the gender-neutral nature of God’s gifts and questioned the preacher’s authority to mock God’s creation.

Lann celebrated the power of feminine energy, emphasizing women as the source of creation.

Criticism and Blame on Imported Religions: Lann Points to Cultural Shifts

In her video, Lann attributed what she considered nonsensical beliefs to imported religions, suggesting that many people have forgotten the ways of their ancestors.

She criticized the impact of foreign religions on cultural values and advocated for a return to ancestral wisdom.

Reactions to Pastor Adeboye’s Controversial Prophecy

Separately, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church Of God (RCCG), faced online criticism for a prophecy shared during a service.

In the deleted video, Adeboye prophesied that congregants would be approached by colleagues and family members seeking food and other assistance.

Online Backlash Against RCCG and Adeboye: Video Deleted Amid Public Outcry

The video stirred controversy online, with many questioning the nature of the prophecy and its implications.

Some social media users criticized RCCG for deleting the video, expressing discontent with the content and raising concerns about the role of a religious institution in making such prophecies.

Public Skepticism and Commentary on Adeboye’s Prayer

Online commentators expressed skepticism about the prayer, questioning the appropriateness of praying for congregants to be in a position where others come to beg for food.

Some individuals characterized the prophecy as reflective of issues within Christianity and criticized the entire concept of such predictions.

RCCG Trends Amidst Controversy: Congregation’s Reaction and Ongoing Discussions

The controversy surrounding the deleted video led to RCCG trending on social media platforms.

Users expressed varying opinions on the role of a religious institution in making prophecies about colleagues coming to beg for food.

The incident reignited discussions on the nature of prophecies and the responsibilities of religious leaders.

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