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Saliu Aliyu Olaiwola, popularly known as Testimony, Mr Jaga, is a gospel singer. His foray into gospel music began in 2012 after a brief stint with secular music.
He is the pioneer of Street Gospel Movement, a ministry that combines music and social welfare service as tool for spreading the gospel to people in the streets of Lagos.
Testimony Jaga made a post on his IG page Condemning Christians who speak against their Pastors.

According to him :
“I belong to this nation and we are facing the problem in Nigeria together.
What concerns government with pastors ?
Is it because Pastors are calm and good ?
Is not their Faults that persons go through what they go throug. They only preach Love.
My Father is a very high ranked person under the Muslim religion, if he says you will go mad, that is final, you must run Mad.
The Muslim show high Level of respect to their elders, you dare not speak against them whether they are right or wrong but we Christians want to criticise our Pastors at the slitest opportunity we get as if they are the reason for our Problems in Nigeria. Stop putting your blame on Pastors.
In fact, Pastors are the only ones that really care about your problems and not the so called government which you voted into office out of greed and selfishness.

From My experience, while I was in prison, Pastors are the only ones that visit prisoners to show them Love.
After I came out of prison and had no one to run to, Pastor Chris the Founder of Christ Embassy church was the man of God that took me in and made me who I am today.
During the Corona Virus pandemic, It was only the Church and their Pastors that demonstrated true Love by giving palliatives to people.

Testimony Jaga, advised Members of churches that have been helped by their pastors, to go out and testify of how their Church impacted into their Lives.

Meanwhile, Testimony Jaga speaks about the impact of Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, the General Overseer of Christ Embassy Church, on his music career, among other things.
According to him, Life was full of frustration. I was first a secular musician, worked with Obesere, Skalimental and some other musicians. And in 2011, I went to prison and when I came out, Pastor Chris oyakhilome took me and brought out the best in me. The church made me.

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