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Flavour’s performance at Iluyomade’s bash got Nigerians talking

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Siju Iluyomade, a pastor and wife of the Idowu Iluyomade, a senior pastor at the Redeemed Christian Church of God, City of David, Lagos State, marked her 60th birthday in a grand style on Sunday.

The star-studded birthday celebration was held at Eko Hotels in Victoria Island, Lagos State.

Distinguished guests included Nigerian monarchs, prominent media personalities, and entertainers, creating a vibrant atmosphere at the birthday bash.

Some of the guests at the event included Nigerian economist Tony Elumelu, media personality Toke Makinwa, comedian Ali Baba, singer Kenny Saint Brown, billionaire industrialist Rasaq Okoya and his wife, Shade.

However, the pastor’s birthday seems to stir up more controversy than just a mere celebration, as one of the booked performers for Pastor Siju Iluyomade’s birthday party was Nigerian singer Flavour N’abania.

Videos circulated online showing Flavour singing on stage performing while Mrs Iluyomade dances in joyful cheer alongside her guests.

Videos were met with a mixed reaction, eliciting a range of responses from the public.

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The controversy stemmed from Flavour being a secular artist performing at the birthday celebration of a pastor, with particular emphasis on the choice of his song, “Big Baller.” This choice ignited criticism, as some Nigerians expressed their concerns about the perceived lack of Christian values in the artiste and the song.

Many Nigerians have taken to social media to express their take on the renowned pastor’s birthday celebration;

Some Nigerians have taken to various social media to express some of their concerns.

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