Ghanaians Would Go to Church on Sunday But Would Come Back Still Having Hate in their Hearts, So What is the Essence of Church? – Efia Odo Quizzes

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Efia Odo has gone on one of her philosophical rants against Ghanaians, particularly Christians.

Efia, who is often on the end of criticism from Ghanaians, says she cannot see why people would go to church on weekends but then still come back with hatred in their hearts.

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She told Zionfelix in an interview that most Ghanaians are hypocrites.

“How can you be going to church and you don’t even talk to your sister? You go to pray to God but you have malice and hate in your hearts? So what is the point of going to church if you can’t even learn about love?” she wondered.

“Being a Christian or a person of God is not about going to church. It’s about the things you do after church. Do you gossip or do you go to help someone who needs it after church?”

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Odo said she sees it that most Ghanaians go to church simply because it’s tradition or part of their families but in their hearts, they are not really living up to Christian ideals; ideals such as endorsing the actions of fraud boys and dating them almost exclusively, we presume.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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