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Pastor Mike Bamiloye’s son, Joshua, calls out christians attending Davido, Wizkid, other secular concerts

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Mike Bamiloye
Mike Bamiloye

Nigerian gospel music producer and son of a gospel filmmaker, Joshua Mike Bamiloye, has recently ignited an online debate by expressing his opinion on Christians attending secular music concerts.

Taking to his official Twitter page, the music producer explained how he does not think genuine Christians should participate in concerts by secular musicians such as Davido, Wizkid, Rema and more.

Not stopping there, Joshua went ahead to rightly predict that some people would argue over his stance. According to him, people who are guided by the Holy Spirit should understand how to set boundaries.

He wrote;

Honestly, If you consider yourself a genuine Christian, it’s not appropriate to participate in shows or concerts by secular artists like Davido, Wizkid, Rema etc Some might argue against this view, but those who are guided by the Holy Spirit understand where to set boundaries.”

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In other news, A Catholic priest, Rev. Fr. Chinenye Oluomarecently discussed in a trending video how gospel superstars like Chinwo monetise their ministrations in church.

Oluoma, who lashed out at gospel musicians who demand huge payments to perform in a place of worship, claimed that Chinwo charges N10 million to minister at worship centres.

His claim has been generating mixed reactions from concerned citizens who took to social media to state their opinions on the matter.

His words;

We have made religious worship expensive. If I have to bring Mercy Chinwo to come here and sing, how much will I pay her? How much does a gospel artiste of Mercy Chinwo’s status charge to come to an event or in a Church, it has reached N10m now.

“This is the tragedy that we have turned Christianity into, that an artiste will come to a church and lead in ten minutes praise and worship for N10m, N5m. So if that particular artiste doesn’t sing Jesus you love me too much, that means God didn’t love you too much?

“And some people were asking should they be paid?Why didn’t you pay them? If you must bring them you must pay them because what you are bringing them for is entertainment. We have turned worship into entertainment.

“We have copied the world. In those days, those who composed songs we are still using for worshipping nobody even knows them,” he said.

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