While many of us pray to God to bless us, there are some who made a name for themselves without prayers, night vigils, offerings or speaking in tongues. These people are known all over the world and they strongly believe that hardwork lead them to where they are today. Below are 10 famous people who don't believe in the existence of God. 1. Seun Kuti Seun Kuti is the youngest son and musical heir to the late Fela Kuti. Seun Kuti does not not believe in God and he is happy with it. 2. Sister Deborah Sister Deborah
Despite various unanswerable questions in science, some regular people, including celebrities, still believe that God is a hoax. Check the list for the most prominent Atheists around us. Professor Woke Soyinka He is a renowned Noble Laurette and arguably the best writer to come out of Nigeria and Africa. It is not surprising that he read a little too much to conclude that God doesn't exist. Morgan Freeman Morgan acted as God in a couple of his movies but firmly believes that the creator is a mystical figure
Man is a dynamic being, clearly different from other creatures in the world. Man is uniquely intelligent and the most advanced specie on the planet. It is for this reason that we are supreme over all things on earth. Yet, man most times do not accept that these things happened by chance, we attribute it to a higher power which created the heavens and the earth. So most Religions believe in a supreme being or a divine monarch which could be attributed as God. Well, not everyone buys into this ideology and some
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The President, General Overseer and founder of the Omega Fire Ministries in Auchi, Edo State, Nigeria, Apostle Johnson Suleman, was challenged by some group of witches. The group in an article by Leo Igwe, its spokesperson, challenge the Apostle to heal, not two or three persons, not ten or fifteen patients but just one person with the corona virus infection. This challenge May have be because Apostle Suleman has in a recent video where he urged the government of Nigeria to allow him and other pastors with
Tobias NleNedu An elderly man, Mr Tobias Nlebedum from Umuonyiri in Ugbelle community, in Ideato South, Imo state has been accused of allegedly stealing destinies of his people. According to reports making the rounds; the old man was said to have being involved in many occult activities that had hindered the development and progress of the community. There had been photos of him being charged by an angry mob circulating on social media. However, Advocacy for Alleged Witches (AFAW) in a statement relea
Leo Igwe, originator of the Humanist Association of Nigeria (HAN) has derided Apostle Johnson Suleman of the Omega Fire Ministries, over the passing of a Cameroonian Prophet, Frankline Ndifor. Ndifor, who asserted he could fix the pandemic, kicked the bucket multi week subsequent to appealing to God for patients who visited his Kingship International Ministries Church. Every day POST reviews that Advocacy for Alleged Witches (AFAW), a gathering Igwe co-leads, had offered Suleman money related prize in t
Hello readers, kindly consider clicking on the follow icon, thank you. A lot of people pray for God's blessings, but some people actually became successful and popular without prayers, vigils and speaking in tongues. We have people who don't believe in God, despite not believing in God, they have achieved a lot in life. Popular and successful people who don't believe in God includes, Wole Soyinka, Seun Kuti, Leo Igwe, Sister Deborah and much more. Princess Deborah once tweeted that religion was formed by humans
The President of the Humanist Association of Nigeria, Mubarak Bala was arrested earlier today by the Nigerian police for blasphemy after he posted criticism of Islam. This same Mubarak Bala was placed in a mental hospital for claiming to be an atheist. He was later released, but that didn’t stop the threats on his life. Personally, i think it is foolish for one to believe there is no God when its evident with all around us that there is one true and power God. Although, i do not consider been an atheist a
Apostle Suleman, Heal A Man With COVID-19 and get $1000 reward says Leo Igwe director of witches advocacy group. Apostle Johnson Suleman has responded to the direct message of Igwe who holds a doctorate degree in religious study in his previous message "I challenge Apostle Johnson Suleman to heal a coronavirus patient or an HIV patient and get $1000 reward" Apostle Johnson Suleman's reply was that Igwe should go and see the numerous people he has healed and that it's Good that healed them. He also categoric
Leo Igwe, a seasoned writer, critic and speaker whose articles appear on Sahara Reporters has said he did not want another pastor and more pastors to die. He made that statement following the claims by Apostle Suleman some weeks ago that he could heal a COVID-19 patient. The Apostle had asked the Nigerian government to allow him into isolation centres so that he could heal those with confirmed cases of the infection. Leo Igwe however said at a time when the health authorities are grappling to understand and
Apostle Johnson Suleman, the founder and General Overseer of the Omega Fire Ministry recently came out to make a statement to the government, saying that men of God who has the gift of healing in Nigeria should be allowed to go into the isolation centers, to heal patients that have been infected by the Covid-19 virus. At the request of Apostle Suleman, Leo Igwe, founder of the Nigerian humanist movement and Director Of Advocacy For Alleged Witches(AFAW), wrote an open letter to Apostle Suleiman challenging
As we all should know, not all men and women both the successful and unsuccessful believes in God's existence. And I think we should respect there decision because they might have a good reason why they don't. Let's now see 10 of those successful men who does not believe in God 1. Wole Soyinka: Wole Soyinka is 86 years of age. He is well known for his writing capabilities and also regarded as the greatest writer in Africa. He does not believe in God. 2. Jodie Foster: She also does not believe in God's existence.
I can give you the names of COVID-19 patients I have healed, Apostle Suleman tells man who challenged him
The founder of Omega Fire Ministries, Apostle Johnson Suleman, has responded the Association of Alleged Witches (AFAW) who has previous challenged the man of God to heal COVID-19 patient. Last week the leader of AFAW, Leo Igwe, said Apostle sulemain will be paid a sum of $1000(#390,000) for each COVID-19 he heal. In announcement on Apostle Suleman's Twitter account on Thursday, April 28, The cleric said he had already healed COVID-19 patients and went further that he can give the associated proofs so th
Apostle Johnson Suleman reacts to the challenge of getting $1000 dollars if heals a COVID-19 patient
The General Overseer of Omega Fire Ministries, Apostle Johnson Suleman has answered after Leo Igwe, the director of Advocacy for Alleged Witches (AFAW), challenged him to deal with simply one COVID-19 affected person and get a reward of $1,000. Igwe, who holds a doctoral diploma in spiritual research from the University of Bayreuth, wrote in an open letter to Suleman: “I am difficult the founder of Omega Ministries, Apostle Suleman, to show his so-called presence of restoration beneath agreed scientific a
I am writing to extend warm greetings to all Muslims across the country on the occasion of Eid-el-Fitr, being aware this message may come as a surprise to many of you. But it should not, especially for those who understand the history of humanism and atheism in the country. Humanism is not against Islam. Atheists are not against Muslims. Almost all members of the humanist/atheist community are very well versed in Islamic, Christian and various other religions. Most of us have religious ties. We have connections
Some human beings believe that religion is a spiritual and they do not believe in God existence,we name the atheism. We have some well-known people in Nigeria that belong to this group,they accept as true with that hardworking lead them to the place they are today. Here are the listing of 5 Nigerian that do not trust in God existence. 1.Pro Wole Soyinka: Wole Soyinka is the one of the African icon and Nobel prize winner.Hr was once from a Christian background.He by no means believe that God is in existence.
Apostle Johnson Suleman has replied Leo Igwe, the director of Advocacy for Alleged Witches (AFAW), who challenged him to treat just one COVID-19 and get $1,000. READ HERE Recall that Apostle Suleman Volunteered to Pray for Coronavirus Patients and the witches group challenged him to heal a patient and get $1,000 Reward. “A certain Leo Igwe says I should heal covid19 and get a 1000 dollars..I will send you the details of those already healed.. so you can investigate.. I am not the healer, God is…to men
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Following the COVID-19 pandemic and how everyone is looking for some miraculous cure, some people especially in Nigeria have been looking up to the pastors and clerics to heal the infected patients. Apostle Johnson Suleman, who is the General Overseer of Omega Fire Ministries has replied Leo Igwe. Leo Igwe is the director of Advocacy for Alleged Witches (AFAW), challenged Johnson to display his power by healing a COVID-19 patients and get a cash reward of a thousand dollars. Igwe who is a doctorate degree