Christianity in Africa is business despite starting in Israel as family – Yvonne Nelson

Actress Yvonne Nelson has bemoaned the state of Christianity in Africa as she believes it’s different from what started in the ancient times.

The screen goddess is of the view that Christianity in Africa today isn’t a religion.

In a tweet, she said Christianity started in Israel as a family, moved to Rome as religion and then to England as politics.

Unfortunately for Africans, Christianity got to the land as business for religious leaders to exploit the ordinary people.

“Christianity left Israel as a family, came to Rome as a religion, went to England as politics and ended up in Africa as a business.” – Yvonne Nelson posted on Twitter

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