A Nigerian lady who lived in a club and had been a lesbian for many years is now campaigning against the act.
The lady, Sophia Shola who discarded her training as a Pharmacist to live in the club and pursue a mundane life, has been running a campaign tagged 'You were not born gay' after she dumped her former life.
In a post on her Facebook wall, Shola who graduated from a Bible college and now works at a hospital run by Egyptians in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory, said her decision to campaign against lesbianism is her conviction that no one was born gay contrary to what many gay activists have been saying.
Read what she wrote here:
"My neighbour asked me yesterday; 'Did you get broke at the club hence God?'
I responded; 'you don't get broke at the club, neither do you have money, do anything tangible with what you had or make life-changing impacts.'
When I left the club, onlookers thought I was being unrealistic. Lo and behold, a day after my return to Abuja from Bible school, I got offered a placement as an acting pharmacist in one of the best Egyptian hospitals Abuja has @KatameyaFirstcallHospital, off a conversation on the benefits of amala with no CV submitted.
You didn't know I was a pharmacist right? U thought I wasn't career minded? That's what being away from the creator makes of you, a mediocrity.
Note that for every prayer rendered, an instruction is passed back. God is not a magician, he needs you to co-operate work with him to have doors open.
God gave Abraham instructions to follow before the blessings. Have you obeyed any? Do you even have the channels to receiving instructions?
Mine was to quit the club, draw unto me. As difficult as that may seem, by grace, I obeyed.
(PRAYER CHANGES THINGS WHEN WE AGREE TO CHANGE THEM & FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS)
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