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Sunday, August 13, 2017

Redeemed Church Bans Aso Ebi And Ungodly Wedding Engagements

Compulsory uniform outfit, popularly known as Aso ebi, has been outlawed in the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG).






Petty lies, usually told at wedding engagement ceremony, have also been declared ungodly and banned forthwith.

Wife of the General Overseer of the church and Mother-in-Isreal, Pastor Folu Adeboye made these known on Saturday at the women’s meeting, which was a part of the activities of the 65th annual convention of the church themed “Halleluyah”.

She stated at the meeting that compelling members of the church to participate in Aso ebi during special programmes in local assemblies was ungodly.

The news that some members of the church without financial power to buy such uniforms, were excluded from the programmes for which the uniforms were sown, was seriously repudiated by the church leadership.

She noted that Aso ebi which should ordinarily be for the family, must not be elevated to the point of making it to overshadow the spiritual life of the congregants.

She warned that such un-Christianly act of keeping church members out of programmes because of Aso ebi, must never be heard again among the women in the church, adding that those caught would be severely sanctioned.


Edited from Tribune


*Nigerian Churches interfer too much in the private lives of their congregants abeg!

78 comments:

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    1. Stella there's nothing private here.i he seen women stay at home during convention bcos they where unable to afford the Aso-Abi.this days is more of show of than the real reason for the convention

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    2. Then I hope it's only for convention cause you can't tell me that I can't make my wedding colorful by using the ashobi instead of everyone to wear what they want, they can't say I am making people feel left out, cus at the end of the day I dint plan on inviting the whole church and please how is that ungodly

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    3. Both the "reporter" and "readers don't read. It has nothing to do with your wedding but church groups that pick cloth when they have an event. Like ushers week, women conference etc. stellar belike am a journalist with constant reminder and yet you failed to report this correctly. This one here is right some ppl are under pressure in church with the constant uniform and I all.

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    4. Anon 11:44 thank you jawe...she isn't talking bout weddings but the church during their church programmes

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    5. I could remember some years back, I stayed at home that Sunday coz everyone are expected to come to church wearing the aso-ebi that Sunday and that day the service for that day was scanty

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    6. I agree with her Stella. Aso ebi shouldn't made compulsory abeg. Sometimes they enforce gele, shoe colour etc. And when one cant afford them, you'll treated like an outcast..

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    7. Misleading caption

      It was not banned.

      Don't force people that can't afford it to buy it is what she said

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    8. All these Adeboye people should just shut up. Criminals disguising as pastors. Who gave them the moral right to tell anyone what to do with their money. Idiots

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    9. If you are not part of their congregation you can never what they are saying so you be the one to shut up.

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  3. Okay! Swaggie, come in here.

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  4. The only part i dont understand is what she means by petty lies during wedding engagements.
    But I understand the aso ebi not being allowed at "church events". If it's for church events then that's her jurisdiction. So far it doesn't pass church events.
    Some of these women's group or factions take these aso ebi for church events. And all the women may not be able to afford and feel segregated.

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    1. Please oh you people should drop money the plan that is bringing the bride to the wedding venue ran out of gas (meanwhile the bride is inside one jeep outside) thats petty lie

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    2. Isn't it all for fun..
      Anyone listening would know it's mere joke..

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    3. lwkmd @ Fuckit
      Exactly, exhorting money from the suitors abi inlaw
      Many of such ridiculous gist abound
      They when haggle sef
      Like please ooh the brides gown just torn now and we need to send for her designer, haggling starts.smh

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    4. Those are not lies but part of the fun that stood the traditional marriage out. Years before or may be some still practice this about 2 other siblings of the wife will be brought out first in some part of Yoruba land before the bride and grooms family are made to pay to see the real wife,oju logo gan gan. It's all fun.

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  5. Swag Lafresh

    Thank God no aso ebi

    I don't care what people have said about you here,I don't care if you're beautiful or not,I don't care if you like me or not,I don't even care if you like my moniker or not.

    All I care about is that
    (1)-you jejely invite me for your wedding
    (2)- you play oritsefemi's igbeyawo on your wedding day for me to dance to


    Thank you...


    πŸ˜’πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    1. This is not about wedding aso ebi, but gathering that has to do with church programes and enforcing their memebers to buy if or when they dont have the money

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    2. You cant read and assimilate again?
      It has nothing to do with ones
      wedding
      Shes talking about church organised events and asoebi

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    3. It's not about wedding dear.

      Asoebi na 60k better come buy to enter guest list. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  6. Good morning Stella

    This your opinion

    "Nigerian Churches interfere too much in the private lives of their congregants abeg!" tho.

    That is not interference and even if it is, then a good and constructive one. You need to see how many people aren't going to church today because of levy imposed on the members, these are people who are feeding from hand to mouth. It is so sad. So correcting a trend that seemingly deter people worshiping or coming together to achieve a goal because they lack the means to wear designated wear is welcome and should be appreciated.

    #Two wrongs can't make a right✌️

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    1. Am with you my dear

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    2. Exactly. She is talking about aso ebi for church events.like all these women groups and the endless opening of this or that in the church they do. Or taking aso'ebi for their groups anniversary.that is what I believe she's saying.
      Many do not read to understand.

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    3. Stella did not understand the content of the message at all before she erroneously stated that and Stella that was wrong you just helped in misleading readers that have always had issues with comprehension

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    4. God bless U for dat oo. The youth of now a days don't read and comprehend. Once dey read the headline dat is all dey don't go further

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  7. I agree with her...the common folk should be free to partake in whatever activities without the fear of being excluded due to lack of funds

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    1. That's what we see in churches these days you will now be looking like a devil among the saint

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    2. Thank you. I am sure Stella did not read the content before airing her view.
      The church is now against congregations fixing aso ebi for their members because it has come to their notice that those who can't afford the collabo is usually excluded from the programmes the aso ebi clothes are intended for. It is a place of worship where both the rich and poor come together to serve God, so why should some poor people be exempted cos of their inability to buy the church aso ebi?
      Another is telling petty lies during engagement just to make extra cash of people. She said it is ungodly.

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  8. Good move. Quite a number of Church groups are simply fashion-conscious groups. They pay more attention to material things than the primary thing church should represent and in doing that, make those who can not possibly keep up the pace feel less of themselves.

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    1. This is a very good move and I support it 100%

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  9. She is talking about forcing members who cannot afford the aso ebi is ungodly. Or excommunicating them because they cannot afford it. That it's bad. That's what I deduced from the story?

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  10. There's nothing wrong in what I read above. She didn't say don't wear asoebi for your parties, she's saying in the church for church programmes let's read n grasp things before jumping to conclusion. I've seen the headline everywhere and everyone seems to be thinking in a direction. *sigh*

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    1. I tell you, people just read and are ready to conclude, even you Stella. I weak o

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    2. Leave Stella na so she dey reason sometime

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  11. I tire for Stella!! I'm not sure she read this before posting.. She just went to comment trash.. Smh

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  12. How did you come about your conclusion? Because from what I read above, there was no interference in people's life. She's very right . She didn't say don't wear aseobi for your parties and weddings . Don't just do it for church programs. Because you put others who can't afford it in a position where they miss church or feel left out.
    People should always read, understand and assimilate things .. It helps a lot. It can even reduce trolls. Because a lot of people troll and throw banters here for lack of understanding and assimilation

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    1. You don vex?

      No vex for us

      Headline dey cause some of us jump into conclusions,it won't happen again bestieπŸ˜‚

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    2. Lmao at it reduces troll

      Fab Mum is vexing

      #Two wrongs can't make a right ✌️

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    3. Hahahahaha ibk u cray... fabmum must be your bestie whether she likes it or not.

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    4. Lmao @ibukun. My new bestie πŸ˜‚πŸ˜

      @bro fide but it's true. A lot of people troll here and also lash out at people without understanding their comment.

      @fuckitπŸ’ͺ
      @BECKY lmao. I have a new bestie

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  13. aahnahn!Stella, i bet you didn't read this article before dropping your comment. The church of God is for both rich and poor.

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  14. It wasnt ban ooo mama said everything shuld be done in moderation i was dere yesterday she said aso ebi shuld be d reason y sum women will be excluded frm church activities it was just an advice to women nt to spend all dere money on aso ebi stella pls verify ur stories before posting dem dont do copy
    and paste haba mk una dey fear God oo

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  15. Ppl are really dumb, did you read everything she said well? Read and understand you cannot, jump into silly conclusions you can do that one easily

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  16. I knew this will be taken out of context.

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    1. LmaoπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  17. Pastor ma has said it all.... I concur!!

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  18. It's not about weddings naa...

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  19. Petty lies, usually told at wedding engagement ceremony, have also been declared ungodly and banned forthwith.

    what does it mean ??? can anyone explain this?

    thanks

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    1. Like the bv said up there, the bride will be in a car outside and Herr village people will come and say the car stopped on the way coz of lack of fuel and they need more money to buy fuel which we all know is a lie because the bride is just sitting in a car outside waiting to be called.

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  20. I am disappointed stella at your conclusion, it seems you just copy and paste. Pls also try to read what you post. My 10kobo advise.

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  21. Redeemed church bands asoebi?
    What a heading!

    Nice one there,this has always been an issue especially in women groups in church.
    The Haves intimidate the Have nots into purchasing these pricey materials for church functions or they are not allowed to participate. I think this is why The Catholic church has just one Uniform for all their women group functions,makes sense.

    Further more,the lady is saying that if families have to include church members for the dedications,weddings etc.... The use of a Uniform material should be a family matter not imposed on invited members. Shikena!
    Then the petty lies told during engagements,I don't really have sound knowledge of how it works with Yoruba weddings but I know some Umu adas tell small lies to grooms to get them to bring out more cash before the bride will be released to him to take home.
    Its usually fun to them, but in God's eyes they are still lies. I guess that is what she is referring to.

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    1. Then that means we shouldn't watch comedians and have a good laugh at their jokes because they are all lies..

      Na wa ooo..
      The road to heaven is really narrow..

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    2. Yes oh! @umuada even in my place they say the car bringing her has spoilt bring 20k, the brides shoe cut she needs new shoe, she is thristy she needs to get a crate of mineral for she and her friends so they can continue the journey. Na so the groom's family go dey commot money till bride show. That thing freaking annoys me. Just tell the groom: mothers gift, age group settlement, extended family needs crates of malt. Shikena. Na wa oh!

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  22. Same reason one of the orthodox Churches made it compulsory for women to wear same material for their women's uniform. It doesn't matter how rich you are, same material the woman selling pepper in the market wears is same the wife of a billionaire wears.

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  23. Haba people let's learn to read through before commenting. Even the headline is misleading too

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  24. They should all go and listen to pastor adelaja Facebook talk on churches becoming cults. RCCG HAS BECOME A CULT. The interference is too much and the yoke and burden on people just unbearable.

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    1. Did you READ the post? Did you?

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    2. What interference???dyhu even read the write-up??you got twitching fingers,i guess....you didn't even grab what Pst Adelaja said

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  25. Stella, am in support of what she said, that is ungodly to impose aso-ebi on members who can't afford it...and then not participate in the church activities because of the leveed of Aso-ebi.

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  26. Comprehension skills is really lacking in a lot of people. What she said has nothing to do with your private events but with church related activities. It really is the right move in my opinion because the church should not be a place of intimidation and oppression but of love and unity. Stella you can so fall hand with your comments sometimes.

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  27. #You lose yourself in the things you love. You find yourself there too*

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  28. Please let's read with understanding and comment with sense. The Aso-ebi banned is for church programs and in the story you will see that the woman does not understand why Aso-ebi that is taken by families for occasions has been brought to church. She's not saying do not do Aso ebi for weddings and occasions she's just saying no aso-ebi should be done in the name of the Church for church events and forced down people's throats while the ones that can't afford it are excluded.

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  29. Stella, how is this "interfering in private lives of their congregants"?

    You need to see how some departments force members that are not working to buy thanksgiving asoebi?

    Some people starve theirselves just to buy church asoebi.

    Mummy GO thank you so much oh. I know someone that heard this and was so happy.

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  30. Is a good one, some women just want to show off with the aso ebi, I hope that can make women think better and straight.

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  31. I'm sorry to say but this message should get to various choirs too.


    Una uniform too much. So if I want to join choir department, I must have all the clothes else I won't sing? Wonderful.

    Let me 'jeje' be doing my choir in my heart. God hears it.

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    1. I wanted to do read and pass cos I'm coming so late but I had to stop by this your comment. Three different people I know stopped going to church because of this choir uniform ish. One choir has more than 15 outfits and these are students fending for themselves. I don't worship in the same church but it took plenty begging and talking sense to them(salvation and worshipping with brethren featured top on the list) for them to start going to church again. I wish and hope this trend would be addressed. There are three choirs in my church and their uniform is what ALL the choirs of the church in Nigeria use.

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  32. I don't think it's right for some of to come here and insult Stella. I guess she made her conclusion because of the "petty lies at engagements" that followed just after the aso-ebi talk. I almost missed it too but later understood that the asoebi restriction thing was limited to church events.

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  33. I don't think it's right for some of to come here and insult Stella. I guess she made her conclusion because of the "petty lies at engagements" that followed just after the aso-ebi talk. I almost missed it too but later understood that the asoebi restriction thing was limited to church events.

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  34. I don't think it's right for some of to come here and insult Stella. I guess she made her conclusion because of the "petty lies at engagements" that followed just after the aso-ebi talk. I almost missed it too but later understood that the asoebi restriction thing was limited to church events.

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  35. I totally support the banning of Aso Ebi for church event. You will find that most of these women are not even spiritual if you move closer to them they are in need of friends and socials is the motive for being in church.

    Plus the less privileged either feel intimidated or overstretch themselves to meet up. Its really sad. I am a member of a particular church attended by rich people and I have always wondered at how the women group always finds a reason to post one aso ebi after another each week.

    I am happy the church has taken a position on this.

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