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In 2018: Missionaries are diving families in Igbo land – Victim

A Nigerian traditionalist based in Germany, has revealed why he did not marry his former girlfriend despite having a baby together.

The man identified as Oliver Emeka Nwokedi who celebrated 40-years-old some weeks ago, revealed that different religious beliefs is the main cause of them not being together based on she’s a hardcore Catholic while he, a traditionalist.

The man also revealed that his daughter is unhappy with him unless it comes to matter of money as he said he cannot go back to church.

Nwokedi who said his door is always open for “lost sheep”, blamed missionaries for diving families in Igbo land.

Below is what he shared on Facebook;

She supposed to be My Wife. From same village the same Town.We had a Daughter. But She is a hard core Catholic with CRK.bible knowledge. I am hard core Traditional Nwokedi Ududonka and Haba Agulu that is why we are not together. My Daughter is not happy She never talk to me unless if She needs money. I

am not happy I can’t go back to church. My door is always open for My lost sheeps. Churches at war with Traditional Nwokedi Ududonka. Missionaries have divided many Families in Igbo land. I wish Christians whatever they wishing me..

 

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