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Nigerian Deported for Sharing NSPPD Link with Colleague by Ali: 06-06-2024, 09:16 PM
A Nigerian individual was reportedly deported for sending an NSPPD link to a Caucasian colleague. This incident was shared on X by @Morris_Monye, who detailed that the person’s Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS) was revoked, leading to their deportation.

NSPPD, or New Season Prophetic Prayers and Declarations, is an online prayer meeting led by Pastor Jerry Eze of Streams of Joy International Church.

@Morris_Monye wrote, "You sent NSPPD to your white colleague, then got your COS revoked for it and got sent back to Nigeria. Loseguard."

Reactions from Netizens:

**Aaron0806:** "NSPPD, where doctors and nurses refer patients with cancer and terminal illnesses. Many testifiers learned about it in hospitals across Europe, the UK, and America. Don't underestimate it."

**@yuteoflondon:** "Why? How does that even connect? The person should report to an employment tribunal ASAP if this is truly what transpired."

**@onyeani_o:** "This is just like being sacked for praying instead of attending to customers. Wisdom is profitable to direct. There is something called unsolicited. If it doesn’t mean a thing in Nigeria, it means something somewhere else. You can share those links on your bio, WhatsApp status, stories, pages, even in shared groups, but only if it’s a group of like-minded people. But then again, we are more religious than the religion. Afterward, they blame village people…. Those are the issues."

The reactions highlight varying opinions on the appropriateness and consequences of sharing religious content in professional settings.### Nigerian Deported for Sharing NSPPD Link with Colleague

A Nigerian individual was reportedly deported for sending an NSPPD link to a Caucasian colleague. This incident was shared on X by @Morris_Monye, who detailed that the person’s Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS) was revoked, leading to their deportation.

NSPPD, or New Season Prophetic Prayers and Declarations, is an online prayer meeting led by Pastor Jerry Eze of Streams of Joy International Church.

@Morris_Monye wrote, "You sent NSPPD to your white colleague, then got your COS revoked for it and got sent back to Nigeria. Loseguard."

Reactions from Netizens:

Aaron0806: "NSPPD, where doctors and nurses refer patients with cancer and terminal illnesses. Many testifiers learned about it in hospitals across Europe, the UK, and America. Don't underestimate it."

@yuteoflondon:"Why? How does that even connect? The person should report to an employment tribunal ASAP if this is truly what transpired."

@onyeani_o: "This is just like being sacked for praying instead of attending to customers. Wisdom is profitable to direct. There is something called unsolicited. If it doesn’t mean a thing in Nigeria, it means something somewhere else. You can share those links on your bio, WhatsApp status, stories, pages, even in shared groups, but only if it’s a group of like-minded people. But then again, we are more religious than the religion. Afterward, they blame village people…. Those are the issues."

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