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Don’t Wish Me Merry Christmas, I Don’t Believe In It – Reno Omokri Warns

Why Reno Omokri Said Nobody Should Wish Him Merry Christmas

A former presidential aide to ex-president Goodluck Jonathan, Reno Omokri has warned that no one should wish him a Merry Christmas.

Christmas, which is celebrated on December 25th every year, marks the year Jesus Christ was born.

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Why Reno Omokri Said Nobody Should Wish Him Merry Christmas

Taking to his Twitter handle, Omokri said he does not believe in Christmas, because according to him, Yeshua (Jesus Christ) never taught it.

He, however, added that he does not quarrel with those who do.

He also noted that he will not help give an account of anybody’s life before judgment day and no one will help him.

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The former aide then asked everyone to do what their conscience can defend.

Omokri wrote, “Please don’t wish me a Merry Christmas. I don’t believe in it because Yeshua never taught it.

“But I don’t quarrel with those who do. I won’t help you give an account of your life before God on Judgment Day, and you won’t help me. So do what your conscience can defend.”

Meanwhile, Kanyi Daily reported that Omokri recently accused the presidential candidate of the Labour Party (LP), Peter Obi of politicising church attendance.

Omokri wrote, “Nobody on Earth, living or dead, has, to my knowledge, politicised church attendance like Peter Obi.

“A man who did not even know of the existence of these churches before 2022 has started going from church to church and Experience to Shiloh, turning altars to rallies.”

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