Meet 5 Successful Africans Who Do Not Believe In God, 4 Of Them Are Nigerians - Photos & Details

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Atheists are growing up in numbers and there are numbers of factor that contribute to this, is it as a result of the failure of a religious leader or is it because of the faith of the people practicing the religions

Meet this fellow Africans who do not believe in God

Seun Kuti

He's the youngest child of the late amazing Afrobeat pioneer, Fela Anikulapo-Kuti and as far as being disputable, the apple didn't fall a long way from the tree. 

In the event that he isn't challenging fuel climbs, at that point he's admonition the Government not to put his grandma's face on the front of proposed new money. It's sheltered to state Seun Kuti is a man who doesn't hide his considerations. He's either making music or working up some discussion in someplace. This time, he's discussing God. 

When asked what God intended to him, Seun Kuti just and plainly wouldn't recognize his reality and the presence of some other extraordinary being. 

'I don't have faith in God. I am not a devotee to anything otherworldly. I don't have faith in God, Jesus Christ, Mohammed, Ifa, Ogun, or whatever anyone utilizes as motivation to clarify straightforward activities of nature. God, to me, is in presence' he said.

Wole Soyinka

Nobel laureate Wole Soyinka renounce his birth religion, he mentioned that he will be happy if religion can be taken away.

Won't Soyinka believes that religion is a shipwreck of faith.

Leo Igwe

Leo Igwe (brought into the world July 26, 1970) is a Nigerian human rights promoter and humanist.

Igwe is a previous Western and Southern African agent of the International Humanist and Ethical Union and has worked in crusading against and reporting the effects of youngster black magic allegations.

Leo Igwe is an atheist and strongly believes that there is no God, he even said that everyone is a belief God atheist because Christians do not believe in Allah and Muslims doesn't believe in Jesus

Seun Osewa

He is the founder of nairaland, he did not believe in God.

Sister Rebecca



Sister Deborah is a standout amongst other musicians in Ghana. The flawless on-screen character doesn't believe in religion not to attempt and conversation about Christianity. She once said that religion was molded by individuals to make them into sheep.

Does God really exist?

How can someone wake and said he does not exist?


What are the persons thought process, I wonder?

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