Ghanaian atheist gives reasons for Ethiopian Airline's plane crash

Ghanaian atheist gives reasons for Ethiopian Airline's plane crash

- On Sunday, March 10, 2019, many were shaken to their bones after reports of an Ethiopian Airline plane crash

- The crash claimed the lives of all the 149 passengers and eight crew members on board

- A Ghanaian atheist, Chris-Vincent Agyapong, has taken to social media to share the various reasons for the unfortunate incident

Death can come for humans at any time. However, some forms of death are considered more brutal than others.

On March 10, 2019, a Boeing 737-800 MAX plane crash belonging to Ethiopian Airline left many people in great agony as the 149 passengers and eight crew members on board perished.

The incident has no doubt left a few people questioning the presence of a supreme being whom they feel should have averted the tragedy due to His great power.

A Ghanaian atheist identified as Chris-Vincent Agyapong has taken to his Facebook page to share some questionable but rather interesting reasons why God allowed the plane to crash.

In his lengthy post, he asked if none of the passengers on board were worthy enough to be saved by God. He then proceeded to list seven reasons why God did not save any of the victims.

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Read an excerpt from the post below: “There are a few possible reasons why none was saved:

1. God was sleeping

2. God was busy drinking beer with Satan

3. God couldn’t be bothered as he does not care about homo sapiens

4. God caused this evil to happen himself

5. God is powerless and couldn’t do anything

6. God has been dead a long time ago but no one came to tell us

7. There is no God”

God was busy drinking beer - Ghanaian atheist gives reason for ill fated plane crash

Chris-Vincent Agyapong gives reasons for the crash Photo: Chris-Vincent Agyapong / Facebook
Source: Facebook

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Chris then concluded his post by writing that no one should depend on the hand of any God because none exists according to him.

See his full post below:

Nawa o.

Meanwhile previously reported that some people have considered one of the Nigerian victim's of the crash, Pius Adesanmi's Facebook post before the incident prophetic.

The death of Professor Pius Adesanmi, a Canada based Nigerian professor, is a shocking incident many Nigerians are yet to grapple with.

While Nigerians on various social media are expressing deep sorrow over the sudden death of the brilliant scholar, a ‘premonitory’ Facebook post by the scholar, his last, has triggered viral reactions due to its 'prophetic' nature.

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