A popular critic of the President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration and former Special Assistant to the respected former Nigerian President, Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan has taken to his Twitter page to say how religion should be practice if must live in peace with one another.
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In his words: " The active ingredient in any religion should be love.Religion without love is like food without salt. Nobody will eat it with you. If you want anyone to join you in your religion, attract them by showing how loving it is. Lovea attract Hate repels".
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As expected, his followers attests to his assertion saying Omokri has said nothing but the truth, as always.
Even I cannot but agree with Reno on this because we ought to love ourselves. This is contained in our various holy books. You have to convince people with love to join your religion not with fight.
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