- A Ghanaian comedian known as Kwaku Sintim-Misa has cracked a rather expensive joke
- Kwaku has stated on social media that people have been saying Jesus is coming soon for 2,019 and he is yet to show up
- The comedian advised that people should start saying eventually since it appears he is not coming anytime soon
Religious jokes are always sensitive as it is generally perceived as a mockery of the faith of a group of people. However, Ghanaian comedian known as Kwaku Sintim-Misa threw caution to the wind when he stated that it appears the coming of Jesus is not as soon as Christians think.
In a post shared on his verified Twitter handle on January 20, he stated that for 2,019 years, people have been waiting for the coming of Jesus and it is yet to happen. He advised that people change 'He is coming soon' to 'eventually'.
Normally, his statement will spark outrage and people will throw verbal stones at him for mocking the son of God but a lot of people seemed laid back and tried to rationalise his statement.
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Rather than batter the comedian with words, some people just expressed gladness that they are living a favourable life and if Jesus comes fine, if he does not, then they have nothing to lose.
Another Twitter user stated that it is said in the bible that a thousand years is like a day in the sight of God, so maybe it is just the second day for him.
Some others also tried to prove that the coming of Jesus is to happen at a time when most people have lost faith in his return.
Meanwhile, a West Pokot County woman in Kenya, who was allegedly brought back to life by the Repentance and Holiness Ministry leader, Prophet David Awuor, has been reported dead again.
Rosa Chepochesau, who was popularly known as Mama Rosa, died on Tuesday, January 22, at the age of 59 after long battle with illness and was secretly laid to rest at her home in Cheparten, Lelan Pokot South.
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