BBNaija’s Doyin criticizes Nigerians for prioritizing prayer over work

BBNaija's Doyin criticizes Nigerians for prioritizing prayer over work

Controversial Reality TV star, Doyinsola Anuoluwapo David, better known as Doyin, has opened up about her religious beliefs.

In response to a fan’s query on Snapchat regarding her absence from online religious programs, Doyin explained that while she doesn’t consider them inherently negative, she chooses not to engage in such activities due to her disbelief.


“I get a lot of those hallelujah challenge and what God cannot do doesn’t exist tags. People keep sending them to me but I just don’t believe in that type of stuff so I never join. “It’s not bad… I just don’t believe in it.”

Doyin stressed in another previous post that if religious programs were the solution, Nigeria would have already become one of the greatest countries.

She made the point that Nigerians devote excessive time to praying and exclaiming “hallelujah” instead of focusing on work and being kind, productive individuals.

Doyin expressed disapproval of the practice of favouring religious programs over personal development and adding value, arguing that it is not a good use of time.

She said

“If it were really by ‘hallelujah challenge’ and ‘what God cannot do’…..Nigeria should be one of the greatest countries by now. We spend too much time praying and shouting hallelujah instead of actually working and being actual good human beings.

“They will shout hallelujah finish and go back to cheating the next person they encounter or judging someone because the person presents themselves differently.

“To me, it’s just a complete waste of time but to each his own. If you believe in it then by all means. At the end of the day, all that should matter is having a good relationship with God and being a good human being.

“If you like, shout hallelujah from now till next year. If you don’t find ways to improve yourself and provide value….you’ll keep shouting hallelujah in hunger”

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