Charles Inojie Writes To Nigerians In Diaspora
Charles Inojie

Veteran Nigerian comic actor, Charles Inojie has written an open letter to Nigerians in diaspora in relation to the infringement on rights.

The veteran actor took to his Instagram to share an old video of a Nigerian who was arrested while preaching on the streets of London.

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Concise News had reported how the Police Force in London apprehended an unidentified Nigerian evangelist for preaching on the streets with a loudspeaker.

According to the video obtained, men of the police accused the preacher of causing public disturbance, hence was advised to stop.

In his reaction, Inojie said, “If the laws of your country of residence frown at certain things as illegal, by all means, don’t engage in them.

“By disobeying you are invariably sinning because disobedience is sin

“How well can you obey God’s law if you cannot obey the laws of man? The governments of this world are there to ensure order and coexistence. Otherwise, there would be anarchy, social disorder and political strife.

“It is okay to preach the gospel, but your right to so do should not infringe on the rights of others.”