Many Nigerians have special reservation for people who attend white garment Churches, and there are some Nigerian Celebrities who are at one point in their lives attended white garment Church. In this article, I’ll be revealing them.
1. Don Jazzy
Michael Collins Ajereh, popularly known and regarded as Don Jazzy or Don Baba J, is a successful Nigerian record producer, singer, songwriter, entrepreneur and philanthropist. He co-founded the now defunct record label Mo’ Hits Records in 2004. Following the closure of the aforementioned record label, Don Jazzy set up Mavin Records on 8 May 2012.
At one point in his life he attended white garment Church. Don Jazzy used to post the picture of his family in white garment attire. He was born and raised in a white garment church, along with his brother D’Prince.
2. Iyabo Ojo
Alice Iyabo Ojo is a popular Nigerian film actress, director, and producer. She has featured in over 150 films, and has produced more than 14 of her own. She always shares the pictures of herself in white garment attire, on her Instagram handle. Iyabo Ojo launched her NGO, Pinkies Foundation, which caters to the children with special needs and the less privileged, in May 2011.
3. Liz Da Silva
Elizabeth Omowunmi Tekovi Da-Silva is a Nigerian born actress and movie producer of Togolese descent featuring predominantly in the Nigerian Yoruba movie industry. The picture of her in white garment attire at a white garment church in Lagos, once surfaced on the the internet alongside her best friend Iyabo Ojo.
4. Ronke Oshodi Oke
Ronke Ojo is popularly known as Ronke Oshodi Oke is a Nigerian film actress, musician, director and producer. She also attends white garment church. She began her acting career with a drama group called Star Parade under the leadership of Fadeyi, a Nigerian actor but became a household name in the year 2000 when she featured in a movie titled Oshodi Oke, from which she got her stage name.
5. Eniola Badmus
Eniola Badmus is a popular Nollywood Yoruba Actress. She came into limelight in year 2008 after she featured in the film Jenifa. At one point in her life she also attended white garment church. In March 2016, Eniola was unveiled as brand ambassador for telecommunication company Etisalat.
6. Biodun Okeowo
Biodun Okeowo is a popular Nollywood Actress. She’s also known as Omobutty. The literal meaning in English can be translated to mean, a sophisticated child. Her nickname was derived from a movie of the same name. She’s a proud member of white garment Church.
7. Comedian Princess
Nigerian comedienne, actress and compere, Damilola Adekoya popularly known as Princess Dammy, is also a member of white garment Church. She got married to Adesola Jeremiah, a movie producer on May 8, 2013 but separated after 7months of marriage.
8. Omo Baba
One of Nigeria’s comedians, Fagade Olufemi, aka Omo baba, may not have featured in many shows in recent times, but he is still loved by many for his craft. At a point in his life too, he attended white garment Church. Omobaba is not only a seasoned comedian but also a successful businessman. He has positioned himself strategically in comedy and other segments of the entertainment industry thrilling the corporate world.
9. Lepa Shandy
Shade Omoniyi better known by her sobriquet Lepa Shandy, is a Nigerian Yoruba movie actress who was described by the Nigerian media as “a veteran and one of the pioneers of the Yoruba movie industry” Omoniyi’s sobriquet Lepa Shandy was a character she played in a movie with the same title. She’s an ardent member of white garment Church before moving to UK with her husband.
10. Toyin Adegbola
Toyin Adegbola popularly known as Toyin Asewo to re mecca is a Nigerian film actress, producer and director. She used to attend white garment Church along with her late husband. Adegbola was married to a journalist, who died. Adegbola has two children, a daughter and a son; both live in Dublin, Ireland. She also has two grandchildren.