There is an Igbo adage that says, ‘alu gbaa afor obulu ome n’ ala’, which loosely means ‘if an abomination is overlooked, it turns to tradition.’
The issue of ladies wearing trousers to church has been on for a long time and it will continue to generate different views anytime it is discussed.
While some have kicked against it, others have opined that God is after one’s heart and not what he wears to worship Him.
Those arguing against it quote a part of the Bible that forbids women putting on what belongs to men. But critics have said that in the Christians’ Holy Book, there was no mention of trouser and that there are purely trousers made for women and men, which can be easily differentiated.
But do you think ladies wearing trousers to church has become an abomination turned tradition?