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Father Mbaka Warns Flavour, "Don't Call My Name In Your Songs Again"

Rev. Fr. Mbaka And Flavour N'abania
Chinedu Izuchukwu Okoli one of Africa 's most sought out artists, popularly known better to Nigerians and his fans all over the world as Flavour n'abania (Flavour tonight) recently dropped his 5th
studio album 'Ijele: The Traveler'. Somewhere in the album features a 2nite entertainment released  track titled "Chimamanda" an igbo word translated to English as "My God will never fail me" or "My God will not disappoint me".

The Ijele album has hit over 2 million downloads less than a week that it was released making the album the most downloaded highlife music album in Nigeria to hit that number. The Nigerian A-list artist is sure to change his location on the map following his latest release.

But the prominent Man of God is not having it. Rev. Fr. Mbaka of Adoration Ministry Enugu, Nigeria (AMEN) has warned Flavour in his just concluded Friday adoration at Enugu never to call his name in any of his tracks again. According to the lyrics of the song, Flavour said, "Father Mbaka umu adoration Chi gi amanda". Translated to English as "Father Mbaka and the Adoration Family, your God will never fail you".

This he said considering the fact that Flavour in his newly released 17-track album voiced a lot of "worldly music" making it clear to him that Flavour does not have any direction to what message he wants to pass to his fans and to the music industry at large, he said.

Although Flavour mentioned other big names in the track such as starting from making a shoutout to his mom and dad then calling Prophet T.B Joshua of The Synagogue Church Of All Nations (SCOAN) based in Lagos, all the clerics, Mr. Emeka Offor, Chris Ubah, Eselu na-enu ego, Nigerian business tycoon, and the second-richest person in Nigeria, Mike  Adenuga of Globacom (GLO) communications (under whom Flavour currently has an endorsement deal) and so many other big names.

We are yet to hear what all the other big names are to say about this from their own different point of views but before we hear from them, send a message to Flavour and tell him that that Asa's 'fire on the mountain' track is having its way in his life.

1 comment:

  1. Flavour should desist from calling Fr. Mbaka's name in any of his songs lest he see something he'd not like.


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