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Instagram Comedian Maraji Sparks Controversy As She Preaches ‘Jesus’ On Salah Day


Nigerians reacts as Maraji says Jesus is the only one way to heaven, not even Allah.

The popular Instagram comedienne Maraji with real name, Gloria Oluruntobi has caused major controversy on social media with her recent post. She had earlier wrote on her Instagram stories about Jesus being the savior of the word over the Allah which is adopted by Muslims.

She wrote:

There is only one way to heaven.No Allah, No Buddha, No Krishna, No Evolution. Only Jesus!!!

Jesus answered, “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the father except through me. John 14:6.

This has caused a lot of comments from social media users, below are some of the comments on social media:

@ojie_cash: This age of social media will make you not stay true to what you believe bcos you don’t want to hurt people feelings

This same post got a rugby player in Australia banned from the game

I bless her boldness to boast about our Lord Jesus.

@hagwort: So, all the other heat aside, basically Maraji should have waited until after the holiday to talk about Jesus being the only God?? Waited how long sha, one week, 2, 9months, a year??

@_iamomowunmi_: Maraji is confused funny enough muslims believe in jesus which is prophet Isa and we believe in the second coming as well. Allah is God so we serve the same God

@IbukunJoyce_: When pastors like Fatoyinbo are acting mad, we don’t see Muslims coming to say that Christianity is trash. Same way, Maraji is wrong for publicly putting out insensitive comments about Islam. Allow people serve their Gods the way they choose to.

@AOT2: I hope Maraji speaking about her religious belief doesn’t upset your woke sensitivities. What she said wasn’t disrespectful. Not everything should be outrage. We all can’t see the world the same way.

The internet and social media were always going to make stats and create new opportunities as they abridge the gap between creators of all kinds and consumers.

Maraji is a Nigerian millennial familiar. She has over 900,000 followers on Instagram and another 69,000 on Twitter. Both accounts carry the name, @Maraji_.

Source: Within Nigeria NG

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