- Scores of Ghanaians on Facebook have criticized actor Nana Tonardo for claiming heaven and hell are not real
- The social media users rained insults on the controversial actor for his comments against the Christian faith
- Nana Tonardo in an interview claimedthat the Biblical claim of one going to heaven after living a good life and going to hell after living a bad life is a lie
Popular Ghanaian comic actor Nana Tonardo has attracted the wrath of Ghanaians on Facebook after claiming that the heaven and hell teaching by the Christian faith is a fallacy.
According to the Facebook users, Nana Tonardo needs prayers since he has decided to throw dust into people's eyes after messing up his life.
In comments under a native post published by YEN.com.gh, the Facebook users expressed disappointment in Nana Tonardo.
Nana Tonardo had called bluff of the Bible teaching on heaven and hell as he criticized the whites for coining such an ideology.
Nana Tornado said that one can say he is in heaven if he has money and enjoying life, while the 'word' hell is meant for poor people who can't buy themselves food.
He also told ZionFelix that people should rather make money and enjoy life instead of hoping that someone called Jesus will come around to help them out.
Unhappy with his comments, the YEN.com.gh followers jabbed him:
Grace claimed she is sad for Nana Tonardo:
Ekua explained the concept of heaven and hell:
Constance asked Nana Tonardo to go and read his Bible well:
Benald slammed Nana Tonardo for his look:
Aning expressed disappointment at Nana Tonardo:
Meanwhile, Nana Tonardo was in the news recently after alleging that Johnny bought GHC2,000 worth of 'wee' for Afia Schwar and slept with her.
He slammed Afia Schwar for being a bad friend as he recalled some hostile attitude shown towards him by Afia.
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