- Mixed reactions have trailed a video of an Islamic scholar trekking home barefooted after saying prayers in a mosque
- The alfa was said to have stepped out of the mosque and discovered that his footwear had gone missing
- Some netizens found it hilarious, just as many shared their experiences with regard to theft at mosques
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In the spirit of Ramadan, an Islamic scholar had called at a mosque but ended up not returning home the same way he came.
This is because the alfa discovered that the footwear he wore into the mosque was nowhere to be found after prayers.
A short video shared by @instablog9ja on Instagram showed the alfa outside the mosque staring in disbelief.
He afterwards accepted his fate and could be seen going home barefooted.
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Many social media users remarked that the alfa's white long outfit coupled with him being barefooted made him look like a white garment church worshipper.
Watch the video below:
Mixed reactions trial the incident
"This is small to what they did in my mosque… Imagine the gut of stealing the Imam’s Phone! A whole Imam of our mosque.. he was charging his phone while giving Tafsir (Lecture from Quran) finished lecture and couldn’t find his phone."
"Why you self wear Gucci slippers go Mosque ? you no get rubber slipper like N70 or N85 ? Pele haha Alfa Cele."
"Something we experience in Cherubim and seraphim every now and then pele Alfa oloun."
"Person prayer point from home na to see better bata god answer the prayer everything being equal."
"The fact that he didn't take another person's wear, may Almighty Allah reward him."
Deacon Bars DJ from Playing Secular Music at Son's Wedding in Video, Says He's In Charge
There was a mild drama at a young man's wedding occasion as his father barred the DJ from playing secular songs.
Taking the microphone, the displeased man who is a deacon of Assemblies of God church urged the DJ to pack and go if he doesn't have Christian songs.
The deacon added that he is in charge of the programme and as such all must be done orderly.
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