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TB Joshua: It Is Hypocritical To Attend A Funeral Of Someone You Didn’t Associate With While They Were Alive — Reno Omokri

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Controversial Nigerian author and former presidential aide, Reno Omokri thinks it is hypocritical to attend a funeral of someone you didn’t associate with while they were alive..





His stance comes after reports on the internet suggested that none of the top Nigerian preachers showed up at the funeral service and burial of popular televangelist, Prophet TB Joshua which took place last week.

Taking to his Instagram page, Reno Omokri posited that whether in religion, politics or entertainment in life, people usually only attend the funerals of men and women they are associated with in their lives.

You would recall that a preacher, Prophet Ejimadu bemoaned the fact that there is no love in Christianity as the church has become the house of hatred after he learned about the snub by various church leaders at late Prophet TB Joshua’s funeral.

Read Reno Omokri’s post below;

Reacting to his stance,

@veronicasdaughter wrote;

Very true. Him and them no dey during him lifetime, how can we expect them at his funeral?? If they had gone, na the same us go still shout and call them hypocrites, asking them why they are coming now tht he is dead??!! Let’s leave Matter biko.

@passylion wrote;

Reno has points in what he’s saying. However, the body of Christ is one. Our relationship within the body of Christ should not be selective.

@bu..gz.y wrote;

Really…. So when a loved governor, president, artiste or actor dies…… fans are hypocritical for attending the funeral?!

@cindyforeeal wrote;

Not when you guys have something in common, Christianity is gradually becoming a scam. They’re pastors and I believe they have an association, so if Muslims can pay their tribute, why can’t our pastors do the same? RIP to the dead tho

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