A popular Nigerian pastor Mr. Cyril Utomi has found himself to be a controversial leader after claiming that all items which ladies use to enhance their beauty are ungodly. Speaking during Holiness International Ministers Conference, Cyril claimed that they have been walking from one place to another while spreading the gospel of God. As reported by Pulse, Cyril alongside other Ministers reached in Abuja and they met another female evangelist from River State ministry. They talked for so long and discussed what is good for Christians and what's irrelevant. Cyril says that the young lady was immediately touched by the Holy spirit and she claimed all beauty products represents "Jezebel's" world. The young lady removed all her wigs, makeup products, jewelry, high-heel shoes and even indecent dresses. She assembled them in one place at her compound and immediately set them on fire. She said that the items have been making her a member of sinful community. According to pastor Cyril, he said women are supposed to follow that example and be natural. All other beauty enhancing items are sinful. He asked women to burn such products and stay natural just as they were created by God.
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