Uncertain Ifa Funsho, a Twitter user, has resorted to her account once more to make a religious-related message. This isn't the first time she's come out to criticize other religions; what some of us may not realize is that she was previously a Christian.
Ifa revealed why she left Christianity in a post over a year ago. She claimed to be a devout Christian, attending church services and praying to God. She altered her faith, however, when she learned Christianity is a foreign religion.
A few seconds earlier, she tweeted that God isn't the reason she's gotten this far in life and that it's not her time to join her ancestors. She then mentioned famed Nigerian dramatist, writer, poet, and essayist Wole Soyinka, claiming that despite being over eighty years old and an atheist, he is still alive and thriving. Making further assertions that the world's most successful individuals do not believe in God.
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