- A Nigerian Twitter user with the name Zeal Ak has come hard on Nigerian Christians and what he sees as their hypocrisy
- Zeal Ak said that most of the country's problems cannot be solved by prayers as they have nothing to with God but with the people
- The Nigerian Twitter user also said the nation's collective stupidity and lack of planning culture are the causes of today's issues
A Nigerian Twitter user with the name Zeal Ak has taken his time to dissect the country’s way of practicing Christianity.
In speaking specifically to Nigerian Christians, the person said that many religious houses do not guarantee righteousness.
He said that righteousness is only determined when there is love for the less privileged and there is adequate healthcare for everyone.
Zeal Ak went further to say that the evil plaguing the nation has nothing to do with God, saying they are rather the grave consequence of a long culture of not practicing for the future.
The user went further to say that the problem is not about being a Nigerian, but what a collective stupidity, adding Nigerian churchgoers are their own issues.
He also said that Nigerians love praying so much they do nothing aside from attending churches every time.
Ak’s hammer did not miss religious leaders too as he said that they are transaction on the sufferings of the people for their own personal gains.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a video showing an unnamed schoolgirl expressing her support for Tacha went really viral online. Not only that, it has got everyone talking too.
This happened after the Ex BBNaiaja star visited a school on Wednesday, January 6, to launch her new initiative called Pad for Every Girl Child and donated some sanitary pads to female students.
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The said girl could not contain her excitement as she said she was happy to meet the controversial reality star and that the experience was “mad o”.
After her expression of love for Tacha, she called on everyone to support her as she sang the popular mantra associated with the star, saying “No leave, no transfer”.
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