Today we bring to you an article on the ten successful people who don't believe in God. 1. Seun Kuti Oluseun Anikulapo Kuti, commonly known as Seun Kuti, is a Nigerian musician, singer and the youngest son of famous afrobeat pioneer Fela Kuti. Seun leads his father's former band Egypt 80. 2. Sister Deborah Deborah Owusu-Bonsu (born 25 August 1984) better known by her stage name as Sister Derby is a Ghanaian television presenter, ... 3. Angelina Jolie Angelina Jolie is an American actress, filmmaker, and humanitarian.
While Most people acknowledge God to be the pillar behind their success, it is shocking to know that some successful people do not believe in the existence of God. To most of them, they only managed to get what they have through their hard work and determination. Here is a list of the 10 successful people who have opened up and let people know that they do not believe in the existence of God: 1.Morgan Freeman The famous actor does not believe in the existence of God despite having played the role of 'God' in
Nigerian born music icon and recording artist Wizkid has today broke the record of selling out his show tickets in a record 12 minutes. The show that is scheduled on Sunday November 28, 2021 that will be held at the 02 Arena sold out in a record breaking stellar.
Africa is the origin of almost every culture around the globe and since they say that every thing has a way of finding its way back home, the African culture is also finding its way back. We have already witnessed several legendary black celebrities who have dominated the entertainment industry for several decades.
Afrobeat is a style of music that originated in Nigeria with its influence spreading across West Africa and now the whole world.Fela Kuti was known as “the King of Afrobeat”.Krizbeatz calls himself “the King of AfroDance”, the Nigerian music that has got millions dancing across Africa and the world.
Nigeria is constantly experiencing growth thanks to its oil deposits and expanded human labor. Despite rampant corruption, It still managed to surpass South Africa to become Africa's largest economy. It is home to Africa's richest man and Africa's biggest movie industry. Even though the country is enjoying all these status associated with its growth, a part of its larger population still live in extreme poverty and the unemployment rate is at its all time high. The Nigerian government headed by the current president