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See The 5 Popular Nigerian Strong Men That Don't Believe In God

Some Popular Nigerian Strong men who do not believe in God have been revealed below.

Some people accept that religion is another world and they do not put a stock in the existence of God, we call agnosticism.

We have a few popular individuals in Nigeria who have a place in this group, they accept that the devoted drive them to where they are today.

 Here is the summary of 5 Nigerians who do not have faith in the presence of God.

 1.Pro Wole Soyinka: Wole Soyinka is one of the African symbols and Nobel Prize winner. He was of Christian origin. He never accepts that God is in the presence.

Gracious and for the people who say that he adores the ogun, it is better to believe it, he is the ogun, and damnation without a doubt I would give respect to my divine beings in case I am wole soyinka, in case you have read wole soyinka quote about religion and God when all is said in fact I hope you will reconsider thinking that he is an ogun ververt admirer.

 2. Bisi Alimi: It is one of the well known gay exercises in Nigeria and across Africa. He fights for people who share the equivalent accept with him. In 2018, at a meeting, he forcefully declared that he did not trust the existence of God, that he trusted his significant other in light of the fact that he saw him, the held and felt it.

 3. Seun Kuti: The afrobeat star and one of Anikulapo Kuti Fees' last children is one of the VIPs who does not trust God.

 4. Leo Igwe: Leo Igwe is a well-known Nigerian human rights defender. He had practical experience in fighting black magic of children and accusations, he does not reserve God.

5. Seun Osewa: Seun Osewa is the Creator and organizer of the famous Nairaland online meeting. Seun does not have faith in Jesus or in God, he accepts that his accomplishment and his success come from his hard work and not from God.

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