“Omo! Mad Things”: Gospel Singer Arrives on Stage in Coffin, Photos Go Viral

“Omo! Mad Things”: Gospel Singer Arrives on Stage in Coffin, Photos Go Viral

  • A Nigerian gospel singer, Samuel Oguche, has gone viral online after clips of his performance on stage were posted
  • During a recent ministration in Jalingo, Taraba state, Samuel did something unusual as he arrived on stage in a closed coffin
  • Photos from the ministration have sparked reactions as some people hailed him while others slammed him

A young Nigerian gospel artiste, Samuel Oguche, aka Onoja, has caused a massive stir online after photos of his performance at a church in Jalingo went viral.

The gospel singer shared photos of his performance on his social media page with a story of how he got inspired to go inside a coffin.

Gospel singer Samuel Oguche arrives for ministration in a coffin
Gospel singer Samuel Oguche arrived on stage for ministration inside a coffin. Photo credit: @samueloguche
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Why gospel singer arrived on stage in a coffin

In the Facebook post, Samuel Oguche revealed that for him to enter his ordination fully, he had to be reborn.

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The singer noted that the only way for him to be reborn was to die and come back to life, which was why he held a funeral service for himself.

The viral photos of Onoja arriving on stage in a coffin were from a church programme in Jalingo, Taraba state. The programme was titled, 'Funeral Service - Death Of Self.'

The photos posted online have stirred up a storm, leading to different reactions from netizens.

See Samuel Oguche's post below:

Reactions trail photos of Onoja's recent performance

Legit.ng gathered some reactions to Onoja's performance in Jalingo.

@Hope Dauda Gaina-The Counsellor:

"This is electrifying, greater grace bro."

@SasAbaya:

"A little more time! There's a prophecy over me."

@EzeNicholasChibundum:

"Guy u tried, I no fit enter that thing no matter the message I'm trying to convey. Hope u prayed before and after this display. Coffin is not a good symbol physically and spiritually..., We love you Onoja."

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@EuniceAdamu:

"This is powerful."

@VictorG.Oguche:

"Bravo! Painting Pictures with Scriptures."

@ToniWilms:

"Omo mad thing. God bless your heart Egodo!"

@GraceIshaya:

"More grace sir. But we wouldn't allow stone Or dead to worship our God. Thanks You for encouraged me, a worshipper will raise again."

@Emeka Ubaka:

"Great grace bro !!! It's the coffin for me."

@AngeloOliver:

"Kaaiiiii!!! You are a message. I pray for the grace to finish well... More grace."

Nathaniel Bassey speaks about his Hallelujah Challenge concert

Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh recalls reporting when Nigerian gospel singer Nathaniel Bassey came out to defend himself after being accused of selling tickets for his Hallelujah Challenge concert.

A Twitter user identified as Timithegoat called out the gospel singer, noting that he was selling tickets for his Hallelujah Festival.

The gospel singer took to his social media timeline to issue a disclaimer as he debunked selling tickets.

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Source: Legit.ng

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