Reno Omokri has taken to his social media page to aver that God gave Africans fertile land, strong hands, beautiful rain, and they should stop praying for food.
Omokri was the Vice President, Africa, at Joe Trippi and Associates, a U.S Political Consulting firm, and 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.
Reno via his verified Twitter account stated that those in Africa must stop praying for food because God gave them fertile land, strong hands and bountiful rain.
Reno urged his fans to stop being religious and start being faithful in using their gifts.
In his words;
“We in Africa must stop praying for food when God gave us fertile land, strong hands and bountiful rain. Religion has made us look to God to do for us what God expects us to do for ourselves. Let us stop being religious and start being faithful in using our gifts.”
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