Adewale Ayuba Fuji singer reveals death scare after becoming Christian

Adewale Ayuba speaks about his fears when he left Islam for Christianity.

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Fuji artiste Adewale Ayuba

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Popular Fuji singer Adewale Ayuba, 49, has spoken about his fear of being killed after he converted to Christianity six years ago.

During a recent Sunday Thanksgiving service at the Redeemed Christian Church of God City of David parish, Adewale Ayuba gave his testimony of how he became a Christian.

According to him he became a born-again Christian in 2010.  Before then Adewale Ayuba revealed that Imams would pray for him but he will still go upstairs to pray with a Bible.

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Fuji artiste Adewale Ayuba.

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He also stated that he was scared he would get killed if he converted to Christianity because he sang about the Hajj, and his Islamic faith on his songs. Also the Fuji genre was embedded deeply in the religion.

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One day in 2010 he told his Imams that he had changed to Christianity, and revealed that his kids were already Christians. Adewale Ayuba also revealed that he attended Watch Night service every December 31 of each year.

According to the musician who is popularly known as Mr. Johnson, God has opened doors of blessing for him since he became a Christian.

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Fuji artiste Adewale Ayuba

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I thank God for choosing me, I thank God for calling me. I thank God for giving me the Lord Jesus Christ as my Lord and saviour.  And I am proud to be a Christian” Adewale Ayuba said during his testimony.

Last December Adewale Ayuba’s daughter Tiwalade got married in a lavish wedding ceremony in Lekki.

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