"Africans are religious nilly willy's" media personality writes

According to him, there is too much social and political pressure on Africans to be religious and to remain religious.

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He took to Instagram today, June 23, 2016 writing, "The reasons why Nigerians are the most religious people in the world are not far fetched. Africans go through religious indoctrination from cradle to the grave. Africans are not allowed by family, society and the state to think, reason or live outside the religious box. In Africa religion is by force not by choice. Religion is by compulsion and not according to one’s conscience. Nigerians are brought up to believe that there is NO alternative to religion. When in fact there is. So in Africa, it is either you are religious or you are nobody-you are not a human being, you are nothing. There is too much social and political pressure on Africans to be religious and to remain religious. The social, political and sometimes economic price of leaving religion, renouncing religion or criticizing religion is so high.

So Africans are religious willy nilly. Africans profess all sorts of religious crap even when they know it is all nonsense."

Just recently, the Area Fada slammed 'overtly' religious Nigerians who were unsympathetic about the massacre of innocent people in a gay night club in Orlando, Florida.

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