Jesus Christ is fake – Priest declares as he burns holy Bible in Edo state [video]

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A priest in Edo state has ordered that Jesus Christ himself leave the area and never return as he publicly burnt the Holy Bible alongside his followers.

In a video seen by Dockaysworld, a group of priests could be seen preparing a fire as they condemned the Christian son of God, Jesus Christ, blaming him for numerous atrocities.

The head priest said that Jesus had been responsible for deaths and that he was not the original deity in Africa. He asked him to “pack his load and go”.

He boasted that the holy book had gone up in flames despite assertions that such could never happen, mocking the power of Christians.


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He proceeded to burn banners with pictures of Jesus Christ as represented in mainstream media and general studies.

It is unclear what denomination the men belong to as the crosses emblazoned on their clothes seemed to indicate that they were Christians themselves.

Many have labeled them traditional religious adherents who simply donned the Christian looking clothes as a way of mocking the religion further.

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