Nollywood actress Adaeze Eluke defends churches that reserve seats for celebrities and dignitaries, arguing that such spaces are reserved for important people only. She disagrees with a young lady who called out churches for doing so, stating that if people are uncomfortable with this, they should stop coming early or not attend at all.
Adaeze Eluke, a Nollywood actress, defends churches that hold reserved seating for celebrities and dignitaries.
The actress made her comment in response to a young woman who criticized churches for doing the same in a tweet.
She said it was unjust, particularly to those churchgoers who made the effort to arrive early in order to get a front-row seat.
Adaeze refuted her assertion, saying that churches have every right to reserve seats for dignitaries and celebrities.She said that people don’t just put everyone in the front row or at the top table when they invite guests to significant events like weddings.
She feels that these areas are exclusive to significant individuals and that nobody else should be able to access them.
That’s how the church should run, she said, and if people don’t like it, they can stop coming early or don’t come at all.