Saturday, May 3, 2014

We're Ready to Expose Our Breast To Protest The Missing Girls – Female Pastors, Prophetesses, Rev. Sisters, Pastor’s Wives

If Boko Haram don't release those girls, we will begin to see "things" that shouldn't be seen anyhow:

Women in clergy trooped out in their numbers in protest of the recent happenings in Nigeria. The group which comprises female Pastors, Prophetesses, Rev. Sisters, Pastor’s wives and evangelists say they are ready to use every means, including their ‘breast’ to pray to God for intervention. The women said they are ready to use the power of women as manifested in the Bible to rise against violence in the country. 

The group who were all clad in black attires said they were ready to strip and pray to God, using the very ‘breast’ the Boko Haram insurgents sucked at some point to reach out to God in Protest.

Speaking during the protest march that metamorphosed into a courtesy call at the Nigerian Christian Pilgrims Commission in Abuja, where the Association took their protest to the Executive Director, one of the women of God, Pastor Mama Praise said:

"We stand with the authority of the most high and declare today that all forms of violence in our land be put to an abrupt end. These Boko Haram members were all born by women, and at some point, we fed them with our breast, the same breast will be a curse unto them if we expose it while crying to God and pointing it to the high heavens."
Also speaking , the President, Nigerian women in clergy, Prophetess Nonnie Roberson said Nigerian women were angry over the ongoing event in the country, particularly the inversion of the country by Boko Haram terrorists. While introducing the group to the Director, she said "we are ordained women ministers of God who have taken up our responsibilities as wailing women as posited in Jeremiah chapter 9. Our mission is taking a spiritual stand against injustice in the Land. We engage and operate in spiritual warfare and advocacy having been mandated to raise our voices for the voiceless woman; we are advancing against the wickedness in the land like Deborah, rebuilding the walls like Nehemiah and displacing the ungodly like Esther. We are also committed to intercession, projecting peace, supporting good governance and promoting righteousness in the leadership of our dear Nation."

Responding, the Executive Director of the Nigerian Christian Pilgrim Commission, John Kennedy, thanked the women for their patriotism. While emphasising on the importance of women in nation building, Kennedy said whenever women cry to God, He listens, affirming that it is time they ask God to intervene on the ongoing violence unleashed on Nigerians.


  1. WTF? No No you niggas pls don't. Let ini edo, mercy johnson and the likes do this. I mean... Who really wants to see those sagging boobs! REALLY! HeLL NO!