- Nigerian actor, Yomi Black, has reacted to the news of Leah Sharibu's death
- According to him, God abandoned her and thus she should have done the smart thing by renouncing her faith
- Black revealed this on his Instagram page while supporting a lady who blamed Leah for her own death
Earlier on, Legit.ng reported the news of how a video emerged in which an abducted aid worker called for help from Boko Haram captivity, adding that Leah Sharibu, one of the Chibok girls, had been killed.
Reacting to the claims of her death is Nigerian actor, Yomi Black, who recently took to social media to share his opinion on the issue. According to him, Leah should have renounced her faith as God obviously abandoned her.
Sharing a tweet in which a lady blamed Leah for not renouncing her faith, he wrote: "Where are all the people that were cheering her for not renouncing and saving her life? That was the single smartest thing she could have done to save her life. Her faith (God) abandoned her and that didn't surprise me. I really hope the news around her death is fake."
See some mixed reactions to his post below:
wikitare: This post has changed my perception of you Yomi. Abomination. Haven't you read? That he who tries to save his life will lose it and he who loses his life for God's sake will save it. Is she different from any Martyr that lost their lives for Christ. Even Peter died for the sake of spreading Christianity.
prophodig: Even the Bible says you should be wise as serpents. Denouncing with your words doesn’t count as much because her heart is still with Jesus. People lashing out against you wouldn’t think twice in advising their own kids to denounce God if they were in the same situation. Typical Nigerian Christians forming assistant Jesus.
dede.ify: Your caption and the post are actually dumb. You don’t blame people for standing for what they believe in . Apparently you don’t know what true Christianity is . Peter denied Jesus and got lucky what about Ananias and Sapphira that were not lucky . Abeg some issues are to be left for your audience to discuss.
nwokeogochukwu: I pray GOD gives me the same boldness to stand for CHRIST same way she did. What we see now is time. Where she is now is eternity and the that is a long time. Her actions in time determine how her eternity will be. If she is truly dead, trust me she is in a better place. My opinion entirely
promisennadi: Black man ain't no jesus to save you, dem no go listen,.. Jesus and Christianity was only used as a tool by the white man to keep y'all in check, and control your mind to enable the white man manipulate and take what he wants,.. dem no go hear, how do you die for something that probably don't even exist. and since you believe in it, it couldn't even save yourself. sad story.
Meanwhile, Leah Sharibu's mother remains hopeful that she would return home alive.
Rebecca Sharibu said she is hopeful that her daughter will return alive from Boko Haram captivity, adding that she looks forward to that day.
Mrs Sharibu was reacting to a video released by Boko Haram where an abducted aid worker identified as Grace Taku called for help from the terrorists' captivity, The Nation reports.
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