This popular and controversial Nigerian politician is well known figure who says his mind on social media not minding any authority.
This morning he posted a tweet that caused mixed reactions, many of his followers didn't support him this time around as they opposed his opinion.
Reno Omokri tweet reads:
"When you go to work and spend the first hour praying with colleagues or doing devotion, you are stealing from your employer. He or she pays you to work, not to pray. Why will God answer a thief's prayer? Pray at home or come to work early to pray".
Many who saw they tweet, didn't really support Reno Omokri tweet but if we should read meaning into the tweet, he is really making sense.
He didn't totally condemn praying at work place, he said if you want to pray at your office or work place come before work hour and do that or pray at home.
He is after using your working hours to pray or observe morning devotion.
Meanwhile below are some screenshots f people's reactions on twitter.
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