Lady tells Christians not to condemn other religious practices, says Catholics eat flesh and drink blood

Lady tells Christians not to condemn other religious practices, says Catholics eat flesh and drink blood

A Nigerian lady has shared her thoughts on Christianity on social media. The lady, who defended other spiritual practices, advised Christians to stop condemning other religious beliefs.

The lady identified simply as Kayode Ani shared her thoughts on Twitter. She expressed that Christians her not in the best position to condemn other spiritual practices.

According to the lady, some Christians condemn other spiritual practices and describe them as witchcraft. She noted that the idea of Christians condemning other people's beliefs is funny to her.

Ani further stated an example of Catholics who she claimed eat human flesh and drink human blood.

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The lady alleged that Catholics go to Church every Sunday to purify and renew their covenant by drinking human blood and eating human flesh. She noted that they are in no position to call out people for performing witchcraft.

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Despite Ani's claims, it is believed that Christians purify and renew their covenant by taking the holy communion, and there has been no proof that the holy communion contains human blood or flesh.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that a Nigerian woman had shared a chilling story about her pastor husband on social media. The woman had claimed that she woke up in the middle of the night to find her husband's head with a snake's body.

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