Why I don’t believe in God-Seun Kuti

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Afrobeat singer, Seun Kuti, has finally confirmed that he is an atheist following his revelation that he does not believe in the existence of God.

The son of Afrobeats pioneer, Fela Anikulapo-Kuti made this known on Friday, during an interview on Hiptv.

According to him, he does not believe in the concept that God created the world and will eventually return to judge everyone.

He also wondered how anyone would create a place where 80 percent of its inhabitants, who ought to be special are living in hunger and poverty.

Speaking during the chat, Seun Kuti said: “I don’t believe in God. I don’t believe in the concept of this guy watching everyone’s and he will judge you when you die.

“I don’t believe in the concept that people believe in God. I don’t believe that there is something responsible for the creation of the world.

“I mean who wants to create this? If someone actually created this, are we supposed to be giving the person credit?

“80 percent of human beings are living in hunger and we are supposed to be his most prized possession. There is something but not the way we are told that it is.”

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