Thomas D. Jakes, the bishop of Potter’s House, a church in the United States, has said he traced his roots to Nigeria and discovered that his ancestors were Igbos.
The renowned man of God made the disclosure during an interview with BBC Igbo (Igbos), where he said he has the major attribute of the Igbo (Igbos) tribe, which is hardworking.
Jakes said he eats fufu and jollof rice whenever he comes to Nigeria, adding that Nigerian cuisines make his head sweat.
He said it is interesting to see how his personality is similar to how Igbo people are described.
Jakes said: “It gave me an understanding of my roots. It was interesting to see how similar my personality is to how Igbo people are described. They’re described as hardworking, industrious and innovative.
“They have strong business acumen. I deeply relate to that. It explained me to me. It’s odd that I was never born there, yet, see so many traces. I’ve always had a strong business acumen.”
He noted that Nigerian food is always hot and spicy and he likes it.
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