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Tuesday, November 01, 2016

Former Beauty Queen Munachi Abii Says Halloween Is A Christian Celebration.

It was an argument about Halloween but Munachi ended up blocking one of her beautiful follower because the argument went south...















BLOCKED FOLLOWER.


105 comments:

  1. Can't read all that nonsense she wrote biko

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    1. I see a deeper issue between them not just the halloween. But christians still celebrate all saints day? (saints are dead people nauuu).
      Abeg! Let's learn to leave other people alone. Afterall it is not all Christians that celebrate Christmas, plus the new year and new yam festival we celebrate is not biblical.
      Let's preach peace and allow others express themselves. Quarrels never solve any ish.

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    2. She sounds very silly. When a person tries to express an intelligent opinion and comes off looking like a fool. The juxtaposition of words is just laughable.

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    3. General Zod you noticed too? At a point I started questioning my understanding of the English Lang.

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  2. Are they done arguing about new yam festival?πŸ˜•

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    1. LMAO 😁
      Nigerians and forming oyibo all the time
      Munachi imakwana ibu nwada Igbo?
      Try also to post pics of IRI JI OFURU on your page to as a true Igbo daughter you *IS* now

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    2. Hahaha. Let God epp u

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    3. Best response so farπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    4. Best response so farπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚@Rocky u wicked

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  3. The babe is πŸ”₯ πŸ”₯

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  4. Stella you missed the story...the chick she attacked and blocked is the cousin of her sugar daddys wife.

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    1. Abeg tell d gist in full😁😁😁😁

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    2. Whaaaaat! Biko knack us the akpako

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    3. Nawa oo,kai our bvs are just too much,anon plzz play me the tape

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    4. Leonard Onah, Onye nta akiko.

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    5. No wonder... I said to myself something was under all of this.

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    6. Chai! Biko drop 'em hot gist joor.

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    7. Lol. Anon eburukwa bata na 18!

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    8. Jixoxxxxxxxxxx
      Beeveeeessss n their antennas

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    9. In SDK comment section the hidden truth always comes out. Lol

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  5. Chai! The follower is all I can see. But Nigerians and Halloween shaa

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    1. I don't understand Nigerian celebrities and their new obsession with Halloween. Regardless it is witchcraft decorators with cherries. Nigerians know first hand the implications of black magic and it's effect on peoples destiny. Witchcraft no be play play tin smh!

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  6. Halloween is all saints day??? Nothing I nor go read. Mtchew. If halloween is the day of the dead, how does DAT make it all saints day or are all the dead saints? Imagine saying that Halloween is a Christian celebration. What balderdash

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    1. Halloween is coined from the term All Hallows Eve day. All hallows is the same thing as all saints. It actually originated as a Christian feast. It signifies abolishing all evil spirits before d feast of All Saints. So Munachi is right.

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    2. And how does putting on bizarre costume and make up abolish evil spirits, pray tell??

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    3. It actually started as a Christian feast but you know people of the world na... They try to corrupt every thing possible. May Baba God help us

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    4. Ms vivilicious that's cos it has been abused over the years. It wasn't originally celebrated this way.

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    5. Actually, it is the Eve of All Saints day which is Nov 1, another Catholic importation of Pagan festivity into Christianity. Yes, the Catholic Church celebrates All a Saints day on Nov 1 ( it was a new celebration brought by the Roman Catholic Chirch to replace the then Pagan 'Day of the Dead' in which the people of old Christian times dressed up as the various 'demons and dead people ' with a lot of merry making and debauchery, orgies and licentiousness, believing that doing so will cleanse them of the sicknesses since the dead has been appeased.

      Good students of a bible history know this.
      And yes, most 'Christian' celebrations have a pagan history and you probably won't celebrate then if you knew exactly how they came to be.


      Truth is that the fusion of the state and the church messed up true Christianity as pagans who did not believe turned to Christianity , not because they wanted but because that was the religion of the emperor and they came with their pagan observances, festivals and beliefs thereby polluting the true faith

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    6. history.com reports its origins as a Celtic pagan festival of Samhain, which was incorporated to All Hallows' day and which has now morphed into a secular festival. Google it

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    7. It's the celebration of the blacks the whites killed when they were enslaved. Blacks are so gullible sha whites they mock us with that celebration

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    8. Thanks anon 13:24 and 15:01, my people perish by lack of knowledge truly, thank you for enlightening people

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  7. Is Muna's IQ up to 90?
    What is she on about?

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  8. I saw so many custumes today!!!

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  9. No time for their nonsense, better things to occupy myself with this beautiful day

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  10. Pls bvs hw can i comment with my name bikonu dis my kpalasa fone wont let me nawa oo Ada

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  11. U all should let all these celeb be bikonu. THAT babe down there is all I see. STELLA y u no post her ig name naw...😐😐

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    1. Yeh Stella that Anita girl is FINE AS FUCK! What is her instagram handle?

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  12. Na wa. They have time sha. Halloween is not a christian thing.

    It is meant for oyibos not Nijas. we like copy copy too much and we cant keep our own well

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  13. Halloween is unchristian, period!

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  14. Halloween is satanic!satan's day

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  15. Abeg why that girl tied her legs with Tope like that ? Lol

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  16. wow, the follower, is she on Halloween custume? she looks scary facially but banging body.

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    1. Munachi dont spew your jealously for this girl. You are ugly if standing next to her pls.

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  17. I never expected such crap from munachi. All saints is on the 1st of Nov and Halloween is on the 31st of oct so how come Halloween is a Christian festival? She keeps saying read read but apparently abii ain't reading or hasn't read. Making reference to Xmas show how extremely myopic abii is. Agreed, Google and you tune ain't the only source of info but she should actually try e-books. Babe sincerely fell her hand and seeing as you are a full blown NIGERIAN, I wonder why you are celebrating Halloween but yet do not attend your village's new yam festival or ofala that celebrates our culture.
    I have love for munachi but she displayed her ignorance on this one.

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    1. When a woman has beauty without brain the Virginia suffers.

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    2. Even California suffers too😜😜😜

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    3. Florida sef will suffer!

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    4. I noticed that too. Munachi keeps screaming read and mentioning Christmas to deflect from the truth. She argues dumb

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  18. Guess Muna is the one that needs more of the reading and researching. The babe is hot mehn, and that up there is not enough reason to block her unless there is more to that.

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    1. Clearly mumuachi is jealous of Anita lolzzzz Anita is fire!!

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  19. Nothing religious about Halloween she is just trying to justify it.

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    1. It began with people who practiced celtic polytheism. I hope you know that is a religion. It is a pagan celebration. Christmas is to Christianity, sallah is to Islam, while Halloween is to occultism.

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    1. TGW I hail oh. How is the general and kids. Regards to them. But wait oh for all the matter you just let fine face no let you talk put. Hahhahahah

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    2. Dear Odus we are good my dear,thank you!
      And you? Great too I know.

      I tried to read it.I really tried but couldn't.
      And I just gave up. Especially as it wasn't Iwa Ji Ofuu. Or Ima Mmanwu.


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      Iwa Ji Ofuu is New Yam Festival.
      Ima Mmanwu "literally" means "Knowing Masquerade"

      Hahahhahahhahahahaha

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  21. HOW? Explain wella



    Missylynn

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  22. We sabi copy the white eh
    Very soon we go read say ice bucket challenge na christian celebration


    #NOV24

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  23. Halloween was not, is not and will never be a Christian celebration, Muna should research well..

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  24. The origins of Halloween date back to the time of the Celtics or ‘Celts’.They were a group occupying the area that is now Ireland, the United Kingdom, and Northern France about 2,000 years ago. This group celebrated their new year on November 1st. This day marked the end of the summer and was reflected upon as a time of darkness and cold as winter approached. The Celtics associated this dark time of year with death.

    On October 31st (the Celtic new year’s eve) they celebrated a festival called Samhain. This celebration was supported by the belief that the ghosts of the dead roamed the earth. Priests (‘Druids’) were believed to be able to communicate with these ghostly spirits and tell the future by doing so; by telling the ‘future’ many were given hope for the long, dark winter ahead. The Priests built large fires on this night and the people gathered to burn crops and animals as sacrifices to the Celtic deities/gods. During the festival they wore animal heads and skins as costumes.

    Customs

    Dressing up in costumes: This was done so that the ‘spirits of the dead’ would not recognize people. It was also done by people imitating supernatural beings that were believed to roam the earth at that time.

    Trick-or-treating: The Priests/Druids would go from house to house on October 31st and demand specific types of food (to offer to the spirits in order to calm them). If their demands were not met, it was believed the people and their homes would be cursed with trouble, sickness, and death. Prosperity was promised to those who generously donated (hence the phrase, ‘trick or treat’, implying a demand for treats or else a certain consequence would have to be given).

    Jack-o’-lantern: This started off as a legend associated with a man of Irish origin named Jack who supposedly enjoyed playing pranks on the Devil. The legend states that after his death, Jack did not go to Heaven or Hell and therefore, had to wander the earth carrying a lantern, providing him with some light to see where he was going. Pumpkins that were hollowed out and had candles lit inside were representative of this legend. They
    were also supposed to scare evil spirits away (this is why odd looking faces are carved on the pumpkins).

    Bats & Black cats: These animals were
    believed to communicate with the dead. It is also believed black cats were able to house the souls of witches.

    How Halloween came into Christianity:

    By the 800s A.D., the influence of
    Christianity had spread into Celtic lands. In the seventh century, Pope Boniface IV designated November 1st as All Saints’ Day, a time to honor saints and martyrs. It is widely believed today that the pope was attempting to replace the Celtic festival of the dead with a related, but church- sanctioned holiday. The
    celebration was also called All-hallows or All-hallowmas, (from Middle English Alholowmesse meaning All Saints’ Day) and the night before it, the night of Samhain, began to be known as All- hallows Eve or Holly Eve (because it was the eve of a holy celebration the next day) and eventually, Halloween.

    Quick Fact: The word Halloween does not appear in the bible at all. Jeremiah 10:02 clearly warns: “Do not follow the ways of other heathens (pagans)”.

    -copied

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  25. Why can't people live and let live? If you want to celebrate Halloween all well and done. If you don't want to na you sabi. Una get time.

    #speak up#

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  26. Fact is, many devil worshippers and occult groups now ritualistically recognize Halloween as the Devil’s Day. And In order to save one's self from falling into and following these sorta societal practices, one must have firm knowledge of the teachings and rulings of ones own religion and belief system...

    Halloween is only but a celebration that rejoices in all things magical and evil.

    #I'm outtie

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  27. Jesu! U mean they blocked u? Chai! Am in pains 😒 It's alright, jus follow me and all will be well, u fine sexy looking thang! *smackspleek *

    Kelvin Dat Edo Boi (Stellz Cousin)

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  28. This Anita chic finished Munachi....Munachi just embarrassed herself.
    Just like saying that our Masquerade is a Christian celebration.

    Wetin even concern us with Halloween. We get our own MAsquerade and their own is Halloween.

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    1. The same thing I was thinking. What has Africans got to do with Halloween. This our mumu is getting to much. I'm yet to see an English man celebrate new yam festival.

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    2. Burn fire night is on the 5th of November, hope they are ready for that one too.

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  29. Halloween is not a Christian celebration oooo pls
    Its highly demonic

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  30. Munachi Abi na another Anna Banner...

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  31. Iknow that if it were sex related issue the recommendations would be 'Google is your friend', but now all those arguing won't go ang Google origin and significance of all saints day and Halloween.

    All that I see everywhere are chrisheathens. Since the christsinisation of paganism, this is all we get. Christains don't celebrate all saints day, catholics do. All saints day is not (and halloween) christian festival but a pagan festival brought into the so called 'Christianity'. At no time did Jehovah, the God of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Moses give any directives about 'all saints and all souls day'. At no time did the Christ say or do a single thing in this regard. Peter and the rest of them who worked with and took over from him never, themselves. Centuries after these people, when the christianity was taken over by the heathen, things began to unfold. Hey, for all it's worth, the celebratuin of all saints day and other days like that, including Christmas, do not play any role in salvation. Enough said for now.

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    1. Lol how will all saints day be in the bible when is just a remembrance day?
      Was peter supposed to say hey i would like to be remembered on so so day when am dead?
      Do you celebrate Christmas?
      Is Christmas in the bible?
      Are you a Christian?
      Is Christmas a Christian celebration?
      Take brain

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  32. How long did it take to get those shoes on????

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  33. People forming l too know untop ignorance. How can Halloween be a Christan thing biko.celebrating witches and demons and what not. Abegi

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    1. No worry Mountain of fire dey there fir deliverance.

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    2. That Anita girl was correct.

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  34. Christian celebration? And those that are Christian don't celebrate whereas the ones that don't go to church are the ones celebrating it more.

    That Anita chic finished Munachi shah.

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  35. Mtsheeeeeew! Much ado about nothing.


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  36. Munachi is very correct to say that many of us jump to conclusion without reading up the facts which are available. Halloween originated as Christian celebration even though popular culture celebrates and have drown the true meaning of it. Read Wikipeadia here for more details. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halloween

    Today 1st November is All Saints Day and Halloween was known as all halo's day which was the eve before All Saints to celebrate not the dead as misconstrued but those who are now in heaven (Rev. 7:2-14). It is celebrate all those who have won victory over death and sin and are now alive before the throne of God in heaven.

    Unfortunately those who claim to be Christians do not know their history or the Christian philosophy.

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    1. Still, there's nothing Christian about it. It is pagan. Just like Christmas and Easter. The scriptures does not mention or reference it at all. There's no direct command or apostolic example. This was just people trying to change a pagan festival to a 'Christian' one. God doesn't send us to do that. Whether all saints day or All Hallows' day.
      Only people who do not know the truth of God celebrate these feast and say they do it in Gods name

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    2. Munachi SHUT UP! Stop defending ur stupidity in the public

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  37. Just remembered how this girl was begging guys to come and ask her out on Owen gee show. Like seriously she said she can't remember the last time a guy shiked her

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    1. Munachi is so desperate lol so I dont doubt this gist. She is dating a boy far younger than herself. Desperados. No MAN wants her.

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  38. Munachi got DRAGGED and set on fire by this Anita chick!! Haha haha hahahaa ba! Anita asked her to drop an album LOL I spat my coffee out! Anita should be a rapper with that line. Beautiful Anita. Stella what's her insta

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  39. My kids will never celebrate haloween1

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    1. Do I think the problem of the world is Halloween?

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  40. Actually it was a Christian celebration but y'all know how the devil strives to make anything from God go south #peace

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