The responsibility of becoming a pastoris growing heavier each day, according to Pere Egbi, a former Big Brother Naija housemate. As a result, it is one thing he wants to do before passing away.
In an interview, she stated, “First of all, I have not been called to be a preacher. According to Ephesians 4:11, there are five additional ministerial positions. One of them is the position of pastor. So, there is a stronger desire to serve God. My mother, who meant the world to me, raised me in a solidly Christian environment.
“This is a call I have had from my younger days while in secondary school at Command Day Ikeja, Lagos. God calls and we are required to answer, but I've been running. The burden and the weight to answer is becoming heavier as the years go by and I have to answer. Hence, I know for a fact that it's the last thing I'd be doing on earth before I leave.”
Additionally, he discussed his church activities and some of the principles that serve as his compass. He declared, “I have been a member of Christ Embassy since I was in my late teens. When I first began going to church at the Oregun branch of the church in Lagos, I was about 19 years old.
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I was inspired by Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, and I still am. Before I became deeply engrossed in entertainment, I served as a worship leader in the choir. My life is guided by values like optimism, perseverance, and faith.
He remarked, when asked why he got into acting and how he planned to keep his name in the business, “I have always enjoyed acting and I still do. I don't believe I would quit acting on my own. Since long before BBN, I have been an actor.
He also addressed the claim that Whitemoney, a fellow BBN housemate, had been bullied by him on the program. I never intimidated anyone, he claimed. I just have a really strong personality that comes across as pushy. Whitemoney is wonderful.
Since then, we've done things together and we'll keep doing them. Contrary to popular belief, humility has several meanings. A man who lets people walk all over him is not being modest; that is not being humble.
Some people think that, but it's not true. I am a modest person. I'm proud of my achievements, but I'm also humble enough to realize that I didn't get there on my own strength.