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Odemwingie attacks Kanu Nwankwo’s wife for allegedly practicing fake Christianity, calls her Delilah



Former Nigerian footballer, Peter Osaze Odemwingie has called out Amara Kanu, the wife of veteran Super Eagles player, Nwankwo Kanu, over poor parenting and fake Christianity practice.

Odemwingie in a recent social media post, attacked Amara for incessantly disturbing him with chats which he finds uncomfortable.

According to him, the football legends wife has failed as a Christian and a mother following her son’s hand gesture of the ‘Baphomet’ – an object of worship of the masons.

He wrote;

“The reason why Nigeria is in this state. Too many want to be like America. God turned his back at america as things stand. Destruction is upon her.

“How can a wife of a legend like @kingkanu4 be chasing me for a chat relentlessly ( check ur DM check your DM ) na by force ? @amarakanu. Your husband has my number and it’s not in our culture to msg another man without asking your husband.

“Moreover u r wearing arsenal kit and he can ask them for advice about knee surgery because he also suffered from similar issues.

“Your son can’t have a cross on his neck and make those hand signs. That’s fake Christianity if you didn’t know ok. Our people selling their own to conform to African American.

“Those there have been modified by Hollywood and are no more Africans. They don’t even want to associate with Africa with their billions in accounts.

“How many of them visited Africa in the last 50 years ? Shouldn’t NBA all star match take place in Nigeria at least once? Shouldn’t they be interested to know where their ancestors came from ? Set your own trend Naija u r more special than America. #prayfornigeria

“#naija #nigeria @amarakanu why why why Amara ( Delailah). We love our strong man Papilo. Wash your hands well oh.

“And most importantly your hearts as I am preaching to many now. . Nigeria is more precious to God than America

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