‘What is salvation these days’: Pastor criticized online over discussion of bra in church

What is salvation these days - Pastor criticized on social media over bra discussion in church

A Nigerian Pastor named Michael Akpor has faced criticism on social media for speaking about women’s underwear during his sermon.

In a video circulating on social platforms, the Pastor was seen engaging a woman from the congregation in a conversation about how many days a woman should wear a bra.

The woman, who mentioned being involved in the sale of women’s underwear, shared her perspective on some women’s unhygienic practices with their underwear. However, during the discussion, the pastor continued to ask questions that garnered negative reactions from social media users.

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Many individuals questioned why the pastor chose to focus on the topic of women’s bras during a church service instead of emphasizing matters of salvation or spiritual teachings. The video sparked criticism and raised concerns about the appropriateness and relevance of the discussion within a religious context.

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Watch the video below:

See reactions below:

@mheenarh__: “Omo another reason to be grateful for my small bre@st, nothing to carry up oh😂.”

@aao_anita: “Na ya own under dey smell. No be all women. Talk for yaself.”

@l.tobiloba: “Most churches no longer preach salvation. What a ridiculous question for a pastor to ask.”

@i_am_shugarmills: “She said at least 2 days, at most na how many days? Asking for the association of black bra owners 😌.”

@tosinjuls: “How does this information affect salvation????? 🤦🏽‍♀️.”

@temidyre: “Wetin be this? A disgrace of a pastor and his congregation! Tufiakwa.”

@kootje_paul: “With all due respect sir, say it in place of respect and love, we know een don fall, because of child birth and so many other read.”

@effedeborah: “If I talk wetin dey my mind, people go say don’t judge, let God be the judge.”

@thick_nd_bold: “What happen to preaching about salvation in the house of God.”

@koko_send: “Which kinda question the pastor dey ask slf.”

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