Nonreligious Efia Odo Hits Hard At Religious People – Asks Them Not To Return To Their Evil Ways After Fasting And Praying (Screenshots)

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For the first time social media influencer and video vixen Efia Odo has been applauded by many, following her comments of repentance.

Today, declared as National day of fasting and prayers saw a number of people observing it in which some pastors went to various radio and TV stations to pray with Ghanaians since social gathering has been banned.

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In reacting to that, the video vixen has advised Ghanaians not to go back to their old ways of gossiping, lying, stealing among others after they have fasted and prayed.

According to her, Ghanaians should repent and repentance comes from the heart and not the mouth therefore it should be seen in their deeds if indeed they’ve repent.



Nonreligious Efia Odo posted on her Instagram page saying there’s no point in fasting and praying for a whole day if one will go back to their evil ways of stealing and doing other bad things.

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She wrote “Pray and return not back to your evil ways. No point of fasting and praying if you’re gonna go back to doing the same evil things. Repentance comes from the heart not from the mouth…return back not to your gossiping lying stealing corruptive money hungry ways😉”

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SOURCE: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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