Nigerian man dares God to kill him to prove he truly exists

Nigerian man dares God to kill him to prove he truly exists

Currently trending on social media is a rather provocative post by a Nigerian man identified as James Williams, who dare God to take his life to prove He truly exists.

The world in general is characterized by religious diversity that all have one particular belief; the existence of a superior and extraordinary being who rules over all. However, there are also atheists who do not share in this belief and often express doubts about the existence of superior powers.

Harboring this belief is a Nigerian man identified as James Williams who recently took to the Facebook platform to express his opinion about the existence of God in a rather bizarre way. In the post which has since gone viral, he wrote: "I dare God to take my life in 30 minutes, if he can't, then that means he doesn't exist."

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The post immediately went viral on social media platforms, gathering mixed reactions from several people, most of which were filled with outrage.

See reactions below:

Nigerian man dares God to kill him to prove he truly exists

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Source: Instagram

Still on bizarre stories, the news of a man who was arrested for robbing his cousin of everything he returned with on his visit to Nigeria.

Blood may be thicker than water but it appears in this situation, the importance of family was thrown away alongside caution. A young man identified as Ebube Osinachi Okoye, left many people in shock after he robbed his own cousin.

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