Home » Life Style » Gabie Ntaate Calls Out People Who Use Prayer To Cover Up For Their Evil Deeds
Gabie Ntaate Speaks About Her Struggles With Anger Issues

Gabie Ntaate Calls Out People Who Use Prayer To Cover Up For Their Evil Deeds

Former media personality and now gospel artiste Gabie Ntaate has called out people who use prayer to cover up for their evil deeds. She said even if they use that, they will still be evil the moment they tell some to pray or saying they will be able to pray for them.

Gabie Ntaate is a religious person although she never speaks about where she goes to church. She just said that she dedicated her life to God, to worship and praise him whenever she can.

She said that it is her calling that she felt when she was working on television.

According to the gospel singer, some people don’t like to help even when they are able to. However,  they still claim that they are religious.

Ms. Ntaate revealed that if someone needs something and you can afford to help, you should help but not tell them to pray about it or pray for them about it.

“It is selfishness too to tell someone, I’ll pray for you or pray about it “dear” when you can actually afford to help them at that moment. You are still evil at that moment,” the vibrant singer said.

It should be remembered that Gabie Ntaate recently had a concert. It was fairly successful amidst negative reporting from Galaxy FM.

Check Also;

This is not a Paywall, but Newslex Point's journalism consumes a lot of time, hard-work and money. That's why we're kindly requesting you to support us in anyway they can, for as little as $1 or more, you can support us .

Please use the button below to contribute to Newslex Point, Inc. using a credit card or via PayPal.

Donate Button with Credit Cards

Comments

comments

Loading...

About Ahimbisibwe Monica

Loading...
x

Check Also

Classic Punter Hammers Fortebet 271Million Win From 20k

Classic Punter Hammers Fortebet 271Million Win From 20k

2023/2024 English Premier League season will forever be in the books of history for one ...