Photos from a church performance in Jalingo by Samuel Oguche, also known as Onoja, have gone viral, sending the online world into a frenzy.
The gospel musician decided to share the beans on social media, publishing photos of his performance and telling the intriguing tale of what drove him to climb inside a coffin.
Samuel Oguche didn’t hold back in his Facebook post, revealing that he thought the only way to properly embrace his ordination was to endure a dramatic rebirth.
This rebirth was symbolic to him, and he expressed it by articulating the necessity for a metaphorical death and resurrection.
The widely shared photos of Onoja making a spectacular entrance from a casket were taken at a religious event in Jalingo, Taraba state.
The photographs went viral, eliciting a wide range of comments, including a chorus of criticism from netizens who accused him and his crew of reportedly airing their clothes, or in this case, performing rituals, directly in the church’s own lawn.