Meet The 2 Yoruba Celebrities Who Doesn't Go To Church Or Mosque But Believes In Personal Relationship With God.

Meet The 2 Yoruba Celebrities Who Doesn't Go To Church Or Mosque But Believes In Personal Relationship With God.

A sacred place where Muslims and Christians alike call God's name and worship him is referred to as a Church or Mosque. Numerous prayers have been answered by God in many churches and mosques around the world.

While many people pray at a church or a mosque, others believe in having a direct relationship with God without any mediators. As a result, we'll look at two well-known actors who don't attend church or mosque yet believe in a personal relationship with God in this article.

1. Bolanle Ninalowo;

Bolanle Ninalowo is a well-known Yoruba actress who is brilliant and has a lot of experience. There's no disputing that God blessed and answered the attractive actor's prayers, despite the fact that he never set foot inside a church.

Bolanle Ninalowo believes in personal interactions with God rather than traveling to church or mosque for prayer, according to him. The attractive actor is not a religious zealot and feels that spirituality comes from the heart, not from what you say.

During his interview, the actor made it obvious that his relationship with God has always worked out for him, as God has always answered him when he calls his name in his bedroom with his lovely wife.

Bolanle Ninalowo feels that spirituality is a state of mind, not a religious connection.

2. Kunle Afolayan;

Kunle Afolayan, a popular Yoruba filmmaker, is a Nollywood actor and filmmaker who has produced several wonderful films in Nigeria. Even though he doesn't go to a church or mosque to pray, the gorgeous actor is very successful, and God has worked marvels in his life.

Kunle Afolayan, who turned 47 two days ago, says he is not a religious zealot but believes in having a personal contact with God. He believes that everyone must determine what works for them, and he does not want a middleman between himself and God.

To him, a one-on-one conversation with God, which has worked for him in the past, is preferable.

The filmmaker stated that everything he does is related to God and that he does not attend church or mosque.

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