Video: Man Sets Bible, Quran On Fire, Claims Religion Is A Scam

May 23, 2020
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In what has been described as insane and fearful, a middle-aged Nigerian is seen in a video now-viral setting the Holy Bible and Holy Quran on fire with pride.

The young man whose identity is yet to be identified bragged in the video that he is the first person to set on fire the two religious books, one of the Christian faith and the other for the Islamic believers.

According to the young man, while attempting to burn the holy books, religion is a scam and nothing will happen to him after burning the two books, adding that no one can threaten him with death.

The video, however, did not get down well with social media users as reactions trail under the video which was shared by a Twitter user identified as, Biyi The Plug.

Biyi in his reaction asked why a human being will take such a step to set on fire a Quran and Bible.

Watch the video below:

Meanwhile, Naija News had reported that the 2020 Eid-El-Fitr will hold on Sunday as fasting is to end tomorrow, Saturday.

The development was announced by the national moon sighting committee of the Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs, Abuja.

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