#scripturechallenge, a new challenge called the Scripture Challenge is making everyone on Twitter to read the bible and Nigerians are loving it
Who started the Scripture Challenge
Nigerian comedian, Woli Arole started the Scripture Challenge after he made a tweet on January 30th. “#scripturechallenge Oya let’s begin!!!!” He wrote.
The comedian and actor, Woli Arole, who was born in Ibadan studied psychology Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU). He started as an actor and stand-up comedian while in school and took advantage of Instagram where gained followers and views on his short comedy videos.
What is the Scripture Challenge About?
The Scripture Challenge is all about sharing a portion of the bible while citing the verses and using the hashtag (#) scripturechallenge.
“#scripturechallenge is No 1 Trend in Nigeria right now. It’s not about who starts a thing, but YOU and I can make positive impact together. Love you all!!!” The originator Woli Arole wrote.
How to join the Scripture Challenge
To join the #scripturechallenge, record a video of quoting the scripture and upload on Instagram or Twitter.
Netizens are already “Bouncing on” the scripture challenge which has gotten 23k tweets.
See some videos below:
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