Leader of Ijaw traditional religion, High Chief Oweizidei Ekpemupolo alias Tompolo has appealed to leaders of religious groups and politicians to love one another while politicians should rather see themselves as massager other than being a Ruler.
in aPress release obtained by our correspondent, the agitator admonished religious leaders against use of fear sermons, which he decried as a tool to coerce worshippers/adherents for pecuniary gains.
He noted that tithes, offerings, alms, should not be the focal point of religious teachings, but the message of the Mother’s love, which he highlighted as an integral aspect of the Godhead that is being neglected.
He added that enforcement of the Mother’s love teachings would liberate worshippers, the society from the shackles of fear, anger, hatred, violence and usher in the atmosphere and era of Love, peace, understanding and unity of purpose.
The Statement Put further “ Let me advised religious leaders to be prudent and truthful to inform worshippers that the nature of God is inherent in every man, and teach them how to harness this potential for the good of mankind, the universe and not continue to feed them with heresies and imprisoning their minds.
Tompolo further stated that one major contributor to the animosity and acrimony breeding amongst humans was the too much concentration on the father aspect of the Godhead which he mentioned as, Judgmental, rigid, strict and decisive, adding that people should begin to re-awaken the Mother’s love consciousness in them, as both aspects are needed to serve as a balance.
Tompolo who spoke at his thanksgiving festival of Bini-Ebi Madinor Bou, Ijaw Goddess of Love and purity, at Ogulagha kingdom, prayed for Mother’s love upon every household and also prayed for Prosperity, tranquillity and understanding amongst all and peace to all Nigerians and the world in general.
He advised political office holders to be Messengers rather than rulers and counselled them to make decisions that will reflect positively in the lives of the masses and not add to their burdens, the statement reads