He disclosed this in an interview with a friend, team mate and host; Delay on the Delay Show. “I used to have 32 body piercing but I have reduced it and the reason is simple, I will soon be a pastor. So I am preparing myself for that calling. “This came as a prophecy from my prophet, Emmanuel Kobi of Glorious Waves Church.” According to the actor, he suffered discrimination when he decided to go to church and give his life to Jesus Christ.
“When I first started church, I suffered discrimination but I did not care. I still held my head up high because, I know I didn’t come to church for the sake of coming nor for anyone,” he said. In response to how he is preparing for his new calling, he disclosed; “Who am I to say no when God has called me. I just have to accept it. Even the Bible says that, no time spent in the house of God will go in vain.”
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