The founder of the Evangelical Church of God Rapture Proclaimer, Funmilayo Adebayo, known as Mummy GO (General Overseer) has sparked a series of internet memes with her threatening “hellish” messages.
You will need to make some major lifestyle changes if you plan to attend services at RAPEC headquarters, Iyana Ipaja, or any of the other branches.
Eyelashes and miniskirts are prohibited by the church. On it, a large banner hung at the entrance to the church: “Do not enter the House of God with the following:
Beads: Whether male or female, royalty or fashionista, beads are not permitted in the church at Mummy GO. You are also not allowed to dress like royalty in the church.
Jewelry: You will need to return these neck, head, or leg jewelry before you leave the house. The bailiffs are vigilant, they will find you and seize it for the duration of the service.
Miniskirts and short skirts: Your quest to look dashing may be hampered by the fact that the church doesn’t allow you to wrap yourself in delicious trims and pantyhose. Your entire leg must be covered at the RAPEC church. To see the the experience of reporter PUNCH here.
Jeans: The church does not tolerate any type of jeans, whether cut, tight or loose. A meme posted online says, “Jeans will take you to hellfire.”
Curly hair, dreads and hair extensions: If your hair plays a major role in your identity, you may want to consider attending other churches. Mummy GO Church does not accept curly hair, dreads, or hair extensions for women in its church. Your hair should be completely covered for you to venture into the house of God at RAPEC.
Dreds and stylish cuts for men: For men, your hair should never be styled. You also don’t have to adorn the dreds and curly hair. Your hair should be low without any single cut.
Eyelashes: You must bring your natural face, your eyelashes to RAPEC. You must be primitive and clean as in days gone by.
Reconcile: All stamps, brushes and powders will prevent you from entering the Mummy GO church, otherwise you will not be cleared by the ushers.
Painted nails: For Mummy GO, painted nails are a reflection of immorality. A church pamphlet made available to the PUNCH correspondent described the painted fingernails as evil, it also linked them to Jezebel in the Bible.
Tattoos: You are disqualified from going to the house of God at RAPEC with your tattoos. If they aren’t revealing, you may start to cringe when the sermon hits you where the tattoo is.