Reno Omokri Reveals That The Reason Africans Believe Masquerade Is Evil But Santa Claus Is Good Is Because They Are Racists To Themselves 

Reno Omokri reveals that the reason Africans believe masquerade is evil but Santa Claus is good is because they are racists to themselves.

Reno Omokri has lashed out at Africans for “denigrating their own culture” and celebrating Western culture disguised as Christian culture and says these set people are being racists to themselves.

 

In tweets he shared, the former Presidential spokesperson stated that the reason Africans believe African masquerade is evil but Santa Claus is good is because they are racists to themselves.

 

Reno Omokri who wondered where Santa Claus or White Wedding was recorded in the Bible, stated that Africans swallowed what colonialists sold them as Christianity.

 

He tweeted;

 

Dear African, The reason you believe an African masquerade is evil, but Santa Claus is good, and think a White Wedding is holy, but your traditional wedding is just a formality, (both are traditional), is because you are racist against yourself!

You denigrate your own culture and celebrate Western culture disguised and Christian culture. Where in Scripture have you seen Santa Claus or White Wedding? Meanwhile, your African traditional wedding (exchange of gifts and drinks) is in Scripture

Africans just swallow what colonialists sold them as Christianity. Why is your African masquerade evil but Santa Claus is good? Where do you see Santa Claus in Scripture? Rearrange Santa. You get satan. Rearrange Claus. You get Lucas. @Google Lucas

 

Reno Omokri Reveals That The Reason Africans Believe Masquerade Is Evil But Santa Claus Is Good Is Because They Are Racists  

 

 

 

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