Timi Dakolo tells Nigerians the kind of religious gatherings to attend

Dakolo says if it's not positive, run!

Timi Dakolo says his father is not dead as been speculated in some quarters. [Instagram/TimiDakolo]

The popular Nigerian singer Timi Dakolo has advised Nigerians to be cautious of the religious groups in which they find themselves.

Dakolo admonished that people should avoid certain religious groups, especially those that only perceive negativity.

The father-of-three shared this advice on his Instagram page

“Avoid religious gatherings that only see bad things. God didn’t create you and enveloped you in curses and suffering. God loves you. God is love,” he wrote.

Dakolo had previously urged people to be aware of those who place their hands on their heads in the name of prayer.

He revealed this in a tweet a few weeks ago on his official Twitter handle.

The singer also warned everyone not to let anyone touch their children if they had been negligent with themselves in the past.

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