- A Nigerian traditionalist has taken to social media to do a Bible giveaway for her fans and followers
- The lady identified as Adaeze Gift Okolie described herself as a river goddess and an antichrist
- Okolie who also goes by the name Adaeze Ijemmili stated that she would have burnt the holy book but didn't out of respect for people who believe in the 'lie'
Currently trending on social media is a video of a female Nigerian traditionalist doing a Bible giveaway for her friends and followers on the platform.
Identified as Adaeze Gift Okolie, she explained that the Bible used to be hers back when she still practised Christianity. Okolie who also goes by the name Adaeze Ijemmili stated that she no longer believes in the 'lie'.
Adaeze, who described herself as a river goddess and an antichrist, revealed that she thought of burning the holy book but didn't out of respect for people who still believe in it.
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She also stated that she is very pure because she is "water" and doesn't believe in the Bible. She also lashed out at Christians, stating that they don't respect other religions because they believe their religion is the only true one.
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In a similar story, a Nigerian lady a while ago, publicly celebrated the river goddess, Mammy water, on her social media page.
Known simply as Chinemerem Obieze, the lady who claimed to be an Ogbanje is annoyed with the way people renounce mammy water because of their faith but are quick to run to the goddess for water to drink and use in their daily activities.
Sharing a photo of mammy water, Obieze said she is proud of the river goddess and that if she does not sing for it, what then does she gain.
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In other news, Christian singer, Jonathan Steingard, has revealed that he no longer believes in God. The 36-year-old took to his social media page to share the news.
According to Steingard, he grew up in a Christian home and was a pastor’s son, so the religion was always a part of his life. He also said that he finds that he no longer believes in God.
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