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It Is Very Hard To Serve God In Lagos – MI Abaga

Hip hop rap artist, Jude Abaga, popularly known as MI has spoken on the difficulty people encounter as residents of Lagos State.

The rapper asserted it is almost impossible to maintain a right standing with God in Nigeria’s largest metropolitan city.

The rap king however did not give details as to why he believes serving God in the megacity is such a herculean task.

MI went on to make a passionate plea to God seeking His guidance to live righteously amidst it all.

The multiple award-winning music star wrote: “It’s hard to serve God in Lagos. Signed. The guy.”

“Lead me Lord in the path of righteousness.”

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