"You don't need a coffin to bury the Dead?"- Reno gives advice on the best way to bury the Dead.
By PenGod007 | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 985 views
Reno who is known for his daily negguts and wise talks have given yet another words of wisdom as he tells Africans the best way to bury the Dead. He said that Africans do not celebrate life but death and it is not right.
He wondered who cursed Africans with this mentality of ignoring their parents when they are alive and only spending money when they die. This includes renovating houses and also cooking sumptuous foods.
He further adviced that Africans could bury the Dead the way Christ was buried, that coffin is not even needed but the seas can be wrapped in a cloth and buried.
Reacting to this post, a man on Twitter Said, "Don't see anything wrong in what he said. I'll only add that if you can afford an expensive burial without running into debt, carry on. But if not, cut your coat, only the living has problems."
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