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“Keep it to yourselves” Susan Peters tells men of God sharing revelations about election

Susan Pastors tells pastors to keep their visions to themselves

A Popular Nigerian actress, Susan Peters, has spoken and shared her two cents on men of God sharing revelation about the upcoming presidential election.

On her Instagram story, the actress urged Nigerians to avoid blindly following and called for Nigerian Pastors to refrain from having visions regarding the upcoming election.

She further mentioned that the pastors who are supposed to see revelations about other issues eating up the country have refused to do that. However, every pastor seems to have something to say about the upcoming elections.

She wrote: wait ooo, all this men of God suddenly seeing revelations about sat, please with all due respect keep it to yourselves . So many issues in the country, you people didn’t see these ones. Abeg make una free Nigerians please, our mumu don do!!!

Susan is among several other celebrities who have commented on the upcoming elections. This includes Peter Psquare, Mr Macaroni, Falz, Tunde Ednut, and others.

‘Are they bankers or bank managers?’ – Susan Peters reacts to arrest of syndicates selling new naira notes

In another news, Susan Peters recently reacted to the news of Department of State Services arresting an undisclosed number of persons involved in the sale of the new naira notes.

Susan Peters said she was worried about the audacity to sell the new notes that need to be fully in circulation.

The DSS, in a statement by its spokesman, Peter Afunanya, had accused some commercial bank officials of aiding the crime.

Why women should be allowed to have 2 husbands – Susan Peters

It will be recalled that some time ago, Susan Peters shared a cryptic image on her Instagram page, soliciting that women should be allowed to marry two husbands in case something bad happens to one.

The Idoma, Benue State movie star added that she only asked for a friend if ‘life would be better on earth if such wishful thinking were allowed.

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