- Reno Omokri recently took to social media to address churchgoers and the idea that they are better
- According to him, a group of beer drinkers show more care to their own than churchgoers do to theirs
- Omokri ended his message by saying some sinners have more love than churchgoers
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Nigerian author and social media critic, Reno Omokri, has once again taken to social media to dish out some of his famous 'Reno Nuggets' and this time, his focus is on churchgoers and sinners.
In a recent post shared to his official Instagram page, the former presidential aide explained that beer drinkers often show care to their friends and sometimes even invest in each other's business.
However, the same cannot be said for some churchgoers who are often in cliques and are not so welcoming to each other. Omokri then questioned why they look down on beer drinkers as he believes some sinners have more love than churchgoers.
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He wrote:"If beer drinkers hear that one of their friends are sick, they visit him. If he can’t afford medicine, they contribute towards buying it. They listen to each other and provide moral support when their fellow is down. They even invest in each other’s businesses. You in your church can’t help each other. In fact, if you are in the ushering department, you can’t enter the choir members clique. Yet, you look down on beer drinkers? If Christianity is about love (and it is), some sinners have more love than churchgoers!"
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Only a while ago, he advised Nigerians to stop complaining that churches are closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Omokri, who took to his Twitter page to give the piece of advice, said businesses are also closed but they are not complaining as much as churches.
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He admitted that offerings have reduced, but said he is in support of the closure of churches until the country finds a way to live with the deadly disease and reduce deaths.
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Also, Omokri shared his thoughts about the belief that children bring blessings on social media. The author took to his account on the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter, to share his opinion.
In his tweet, Omokri said the belief that children bring blessings to a family has led to massive overpopulation in poor nations. The author stated that the belief is wrong. He said children don't bring blessings and God bless people who work hard.
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