We Are Not Supposed To Eat With Christians Unless We Are Obligated To Do So — Man Says, Reno Reacts
By TimzyNewzReportz | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 7739 views
Today is Friday being the 5th of March 2021 and a popularly known activist, Reno Omokri has taken to his official Twitter page as a discloses video of men who were interviewed by a lady. During the interview a man was asked to speak in regard to conflict in Africa and during the interview he allegedly claims that one of the major cause of conflict in Nigeria is because Africa is a Muslim country and would oppose everything that works against their principles.
He further stated that a Christian is not allowed to put their hands or join a group of Muslims eating in a bowl, he said that it is against their doctrines and can only happen if they are obligated to do so.
Reno made this video open to the public while trying to urge people to believe that Boko Haram, Killer herdsmen and Intolerance are towards Christianity in Nigeria.
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