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Drinking is not a sin, Scripture allows you use your tithe to buy alcohol - Reno Omokri

Drinking is not a sin. Scripture allows you use your tithe to buy alcohol. — Reno Omokri

Bemigho Reno Omokri (born 1974) is an author and lawyer.

Omokri was the host of Transformation with Reno Omokri, a Christian teaching TV show broadcast (for one season) on San Francisco's KTLN and Detroit's Impact Network.

Omokri is the founder of a multimedia project, Build Up Nigeria, and has produced a series of short films in the U.S.

He is the pastor of the Mind of Christ Christian Center in California and Abuja. He is also known for using social media to project the Gospel. Omokri continues to write articles for major newspapers (mainly political OpEd and Christian material).

BRIEF CAREER OF RENO OMOKRI

Omokri was the Vice President, Africa, at Joe Trippi and Associates, a U.S Political Consulting firm.

As the Special Assistant to President Goodluck Jonathan of Nigeria, he was noted for using social media to conduct surveys and project the developments undertaken by the Nigerian Government.

In 2013, Omokri represented President Jonathan at a national conference on ‘Inter-Faith Dialogue and the Quest for National Security in Nigeria', organized by the Interfaith Activities and Partnership for Peace (IFAPP). Speaking for the President, Omokri urged Christian and Muslim leaders to focus on Jesus as the common Denominator between their two faiths, and caused a stir when he stated on camera that The Quran mentions Jesus by name 25 times, five times more than The Quran mentions Mohammed. He also stated that almost every prophet in Judaism and Christianity is accepted in Islam.

Today He Posted This On His Instagram Post

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