Twitter user searches for answers behind fasting in RCCG in Nigeria and USA

Twitter user searches for answers behind fasting in RCCG in Nigeria and USA

- A Twitter user has sought the opinion of members of the internet community as it regards fasting in Nigeria and the US

- According to the individual, the stipulations of fasting in both countries appear to be different

- Some of his followers received his post with mixed reactions

A social media user identified as @nosa_iyare, has shared his dilemma with members of the internet community and sought for clarification as it concerns fasting.

The individual in a post shared on micro blogging platform, Twitter, explained that when he was resident in Nigeria, a popular church identified as the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), mandated congregants to stay off eating and drinking when they are fasting.

His confusion, however, set in when he traveled to the United States of America (USA), and a branch of the same church, discouraged members of the church from going completely dry when they fast.

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"When I was in Nigeria, the 40 days fasting in RCCG was dry. No food, no water. Here in the US, the same RCCG discourages you from going dry," his post read in part.

See the full tweet below:

Reacting to his tweet, some of his followers were found in the comment section sharing their opinion on the matter. Read comments below:

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