Nigerian atheist Leo Igwe criticises ‘construct’ of religion on BBC Newsday
It’s not often you hear voices questioning the existence of God in Africa. But African Humanists - atheists, secularists and sceptics - gather next week in Ghana, one of the world’s most religious countries, to look at ways to promote an African “Enlightenment”. BBC Newsday’s Akwasi Sarpong spoke to Nigerian humanist campaigner Leo Igwe.
September 30, 2012 at 12:44am
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And I would argue that all fundamentalist religions are equally at blame, not just Catholicism.
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