I Regret Ever Going To Church – UK Based Nigerian Act, Sweetcorn Laments.
Sweetcorn made a statement saying he doesn’t see any importance of religion and how it affects the people positively and he highlighted that religion has outlived it’s purpose.
During an interview with Sunday Sun, the fast rising artiste released his debut album which he named Ikenna and said in quote “About 2 months ago I went to church and I regretted it, before then was about 6 months ago.
I believe every pastor should preach life and help strengthen your faith in God, not preach like their reading a scripted manual or focus on fund raising for church project.
Religion is simply a set of rules and doctrines that are carved out by man and for other men telling them how to worship their god(s). And this god supposedly created everyone equal.
Then a set of people who think they have power or superior to others make rules telling every other person how to worship their gods. I will reiterate that religion has outlived its purpose.
It is now harmful to man. You can’t truly worship your God on someone else’s terms, it’s just wrong.”
Also lending his voice to the EndSARS movement which had been trending in the country, Sweetcorn says it was indeed a legitimate protest with genuine demands.
He adds, “It is just unfortunate that we have a government with no human feelings. Also it’s a shame that the older generation didn’t show any form of support even when they know we were fighting for our right to life and a better Nigeria for all.”
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