‘Why Are Ghanaians Obsessed With The Bible Written By Europeans Who Colonized Them?– Shugatiti Quizzes

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African people are notoriously religious (and) religion permeates into all the departments of life so that it is not easy or possible to isolate it.

These words, written in 1969 by Kenyan philosopher and Anglican priest John Mbiti in his seminal book African Religions and Philosophy.

And coincidentally, video vixen Shugatiti shares similar philosophy considering her words in an interview with Chris Hander in the studios of GhBase.Com.

According to the popular video vixen, bunch of Ghanaians especially born-again Christians keep riding on the bible written by Europeans who colonized them to persecute her.

And that beats her imagination as the content of that book (The Bible) can’t be taken as the exact words of the Ultimate Reality or God. She, therefore, called on all to desist from chastising her and allow her to live her life.

Watch the full interview below;

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