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Obianuju Ekeocha: Chick Fil-A's 'Witness in Culture is Powerful'

Pro-life advocate Obianuju Ekeocha, who hails from Nigeria and is now based in the U.K., is currently in the United States and noted that whenever she comes to America she makes a point to visit Chick-fil-A.

"I am not American, yet every time I am in America I make serious efforts to eat at @ChickfilA . They are such valid and valiant witnesses in our culture today that they inspire me with courage. Also their food is delicious," she tweeted April 13 in response to the article against them.

Three days later she made good on that promise.

"Yep, as I said the other day...whenever I'm in America I LOVE to partake of @ChickfilA meals. Their witness in culture is powerful and of course their food is delicious!," she tweeted Monday.

Ekeocha is the president of Culture of Life Africa and the author of the Target Africa: Ideological Neo-colonialism of the Twenty-first Century.

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