Wold Ocean Day 2021: Elegushi beach spiritual prayer dey contribute to pollution
- June 9, 2021
- Posted by: BeTranced Online Holistic Healing Centre
- Category: Blog
Dis group dey do ‘again to sender’ for spiritualists wey come for ‘evil prayer’ close to dia river.
Na dia personal means of dealing wit ocean air pollution. “Spiritualists dem dey contribute to di air pollution of di ocean”, Oba Elegushi tok.
Oba Saheed Ademola Elegushi tok dis one in commemoration of di World Oceans Day 2021 for Lagos, South western Nigeria.
Di United Nations put aside June 8 of yearly as world oceans day to “inform di public on di affect of human actions on the ocean.”
And di theme of dis yr occasion an “The Ocean: Life and Livelihoods.”
However as di remainder of di world mark di day conventional rulers doe Eti Osa space of Lagos no dey completely happy wit di actions of spiritualists dem wey dey come pray for Elegushi seaside.
“Wen dem pray end come dump dia candles, purple and black garments and oda tins wey dem tie contained in the ocean an air pollution be dat. And e no make sense.”
Chief Olaleka Bakare Aro, di Oba Elegushi tok for on occasion to mark world oceans day wia im characterize Oba Elegushi.
Im tok say, “wetin these spiritualists no know be say few hours after dem throw no matter dem like inside di ocean, do ocean go ship di tin again.
Additionally, di Olisah of Ikate land Chief Mouruf Elegushi although civilization don come pipo nonetheless dey pray close to ocean.
And di attention-grabbing half be say, “If di ocean ship again all di tins dem throw inside e imply say dia prayer no work be dat. Particularly if na prayer wey wan do pesin dangerous tin.”
However for her aspect, environmentalist Doyinsola Ogunye say whether or not na spiritualist or regular pipo e dey flawed for anyone to dump plastic waste inside water.
Ogunye wey be di founding father of Psychological and Environmental Growth Initiative for youngsters (Medic) inform BBC Pidgin say:
“Di extra pipo dey pollute di ocean di extra we dey make life laborious for our fishermen.
“As I dey tok to you now fishermen dey catch plastic water bottles go fish. Which kain life be dat.
“Na why we dey sensitise pipo to know di hazard of dumping plastic waste inside ocean.”