Pastor Praises Naira Marley’s Songs During Sermon


Naira Marley


Popular Nigerian muscian, Naira Marley has obtained commendation from a person of God.


Prophet Gabriel Evans who’s the chief of the Majesty Evangelical Ministry overtly professed his admiration for the music celebrity throughout a current sermon.


The pastor mentioned though Naira Marley is seen with hashish, a few of his tracks convey deep messages.


The cleric spoke at a sermon whereby he referred to the artiste’s tune entitled Aye (the Yoruba phrase for Life), launched in 2020.


“That boy only smokes weed, he’s in his right senses. Naira Marley, his head is intact”, Evans mentioned.


The cleric then sang the refrain of Aye which has greater than 5 milllion views on YouTube.


“Aye yi o le (Life just isn’t exhausting), Aye lo m’aye le (The folks of the world makes life exhausting), Ninu aye lo ti di f’aye (Inside life makes it exhausting for all times), Aye yi o le (Life just isn’t exhausting).


“Eyin le ma sin iya yin (You all will be bury your mother). Or you don’t want to bury your mother?”, Evans requested the congregation.


Naira Marley has an enormous affect among the many youths who undertake his mode of dressing, dance and slangs.


The hitmaker is going through trial earlier than Justice Nicholas Oweibo of the Federal High Court in Ikoyi, Lagos.


The ‘Soapy’ crooner was arraigned in 2019 by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) on an 11-count cost of bank card fraud.


The EFCC referred to as two witnesses, Nuru Buhari Dalhatu and Augustine Anosike, each forensic specialists.


The detectives advised the court docket of how Naira Marley usually visited websites the place stolen bank cards had been bought to fraudsters.


They additional revealed that “shocking evidence” recovered from the defendant’s cellular gadget.


Naira Marley pleaded “not guilty” to all the costs most well-liked towards him and maintains innocence.


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