The Art Called Hats.

Pastor Folu Adeboye (Mummy GO) in cream-colured hat. (pic:

Hats are fashion items and fashion is a lifestyle that reflects our personalities – believes, tastes, ideology … and of course fashion (clothing) like food and shelter is indispensable.

Women are supposed to cover their hair in church as instructed in the Bible and I hope those championing the cause of equality would respect the Holy books and not begin to rebel and revolt against this divine doctrine? The fight against inequality is a great cause but not applicable in all contexts!

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The Biblical instructions made hats hot cakes in church and we bring to you a collage of lively pastors in lovely hats.

Pastor Nomthi Odukoya First Lady @ Fountain of Life Bible Church, Lagos. (pic credit: social media)

Dr. Becky Enenche First Lady @ Dunamis International Gospel Centre (DIGC), Abuja, Nigeria (social media pic)

Pastor Siju Iluyomade First Lady @ RCCG City of David Sanctuary, Victoria Island, Lagos (social media pic)

Pastor Helen Oritsejafor First Lady @ Word of Life Bible Church, Warri, Delta State. (credit: social media).

Pastor Lola Adebara First Lady @ Fountain of Grace Ministries, Ibadan (pic credit: facebook)

Pastor Nike Adeyemi First Lady @ Daystar Christian Centre, Lagos. (credit: Instagram)

Hats is another aspect of fashion and we all know fashion is wide; hatmaking (millinery) on its own is vast now as a homemaker, perhaps a young lady who just graduated from college maybe high school, unemployed graduate (men are not exempted) look into this version of fashion … in so far as you cherish fashion and have passion for same then get the appropriate skills, research and network … and smile to the bank.

You’re a mobile advert, so wear your hats, and market; reach out, display in church after service, network with congregants in your local church and expand to other churches and society at large.

Talk to ‘mummy’ (your pastor’s wife) she’d likely support you and even announce in church – advert and publicity there. Now be disciplined and diligent. Be lively in your craft and arts and be lovely at heart. And please don’t disappoint mummy.

Many of us don’t know that church is a big market for our goods and services and we need to consolidate on this. However networking and marketing in church must be done with discretion. Don’t litter, don’t turn church to Oshodi market … in fact in the long run your customers in your local church et al would start coming to your store in lieu of church.

Youths need jobs and need to create same to advance our nation.

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Happy Sunday to you all.

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I won't bore you or box myself by defining who I'm, what I'm or where I'm headed. I AM OLAYEMI JOSEPH OGUNOJO, a Nigerian and World Citizen and a student of the 'University of Life.' If you impart knowledge into every Tayo, Tanko and Tagbo you meet, they will impact every Tom, Dick and Harry they confluence.

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