Religious Crisis In Nigeria
A well-known literary critic recently attacked Christianity and the Bible. The man said that the Bible is merely a great work of fiction and a tool of oppression. Also, he urged Africans to stick to their traditional religion.
A boy of 9 who was made to drink a concoction of cement, another who was bathed in acid, when he died, his death was celebrated as one less mouth to feed, all in a bid to make them all confess to their witchcraft.
Former minister, Femi Fani-Kayode, recently claimed that Linda Fairstein is a member of the Church of Satan. The organisation promptly denied the accusation and it led to an exchange of words on Twitter.
Popular Nigerian author, Lola Shoneyin, has reacted to the viral video of the billionaire, Cosmas Maduka, preaching on the streets. She described the act as noise pollution.
A Nigerian man identified as @reitchy on Twitter taunted Nigerians in a recent post which he shared on the mini-blogging platform. He made a comment about how many people say the name of Jesus at the slightest provocation.
A Nigerian man has shared his thoughts on religion and poverty in Nigeria. The man identified as Michael Nwanator had made his opinions known in a Facebook post, where he stated that it is better to be an Atheist.