Mummy G O Condemns Valentine’s Day
In a viral video, the controversial cleric claimed the day is not worth celebrating because the idea was initiated by the kingdom of darkness to destroy people.
Mummy GO, who is the founder of Rapture Proclaimer Evangelical Church of God (RAPEC), lamented that many youths now see Valentine’s day as a period to indulge in sexual immorality.
She said, “The story that happened that they said they are celebrating as Valentine does not deserve celebration. The story has nothing to celebrate, but the enemy just chose it because that man — Valentino or what did they call him — they knew everybody loves him because he is a good person, who helped people and showed love to everyone.
“Yet, how did he die? He died a useless, terrible death. He died of dejection if you know the story very well. Is that something that needs to be celebrated? No.
“But they purposively chose it because the kingdom of darkness needs a day dedicated for falling, destruction and how do you convince people to celebrate immorality: they use popular figures loved by others.
“The original story of Valentine, does it have anything with sex? Outside there, Valentine means a day for boyfriend and girlfriend. If you see some boys and girls, they will say today is Valentine, you just want me to go like that, if you no gree, I’ll look for another person,” she added.
“That is because young people believe it a day they must-have sex and romance. So, the story of that Valentine does not reflect what people are celebrating today. In fact, February 14 is the day the whole world molested the death of Jesus Christ.
“After that day, go to the hospital. Five months after February 14 abortion takes place all over the world because unexpected pregnancy will come and sexual immorality is usually at its peak. A lady without a man on that day would feel she is the worst.”
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KanyiDaily recalls that Mummy GO had recently made headlines after she shared a video of herself wearing a bathrobe while showing off her luxurious hotel room in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.