A Nigerian lady has taken to social media to share the unusual thing she experienced this morning in a hotel where she lodged.
According to the young woman known as Urenna, she checked into a hotel in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, but on Wednesday morning, the management asked all guests to gather down stairs for prayers.
She said that the staff knocked on her room door around 7:30am to request that she join but she did not respond.
The lady was left in shock when she started hearing loud claps and worship songs moments later.
Urenna shared a video she recorded from her window showing lodgers doing the morning devotion under a tarpaulin by the pool side.
She wrote; ”I lodged at a hotel in ph, this morning, I got a knock on my door that I should come for prayers, I think say na joke, I didn’t reply, next thing is a loud clap and songs from downstairs. It’s still 7:30am and na rest I come rest here oo, what’s all this one now🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄”
Watch video below:
I lodged at a hotel in ph, this morning, I got a knock on my door that I should come for prayers, I think say na joke, I didnt reply, next thing is a loud clap and songs from downstairs. It's still 7:30am and na rest I come rest here oo, what's all this one now🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄 pic.twitter.com/K8lninDJ48
— Urenna (@Miz_Behavior) April 27, 2022
In reaction, @Suaxzo said; Someone of them are there to commit adultery lol but “make we first praise the lord before we sin.
@Olusola_Ajayi_; Being too religious in this part of the world is just being ridiculous and mental disturbing. Though we’ve part to play. “No man can come to me, except the Father which hath sent me draw him: and I will raise him up at the last day” Religion shouldn’t be force on someone.
@ridemeee; I would have carried my pack of cigarettes and a bottle of big stout and gone to the pool beside them to chill.
Another tweep wrote; I think what happened is that a Christian group lodged in that hotel and occupied many rooms so they probably thought your room was one of them. Now the hotel management should have told them to do it in a way that it won’t disturb other people lodged in the hotel.