Don't Marry a Christian

Yesterday night, I was with a girl.

She is the girl next door, but filed under “friend” folder.

I was doing my evening hillside walk, and saw her. She is nice, but not very smart, with dreams bigger than her skills.

We walked some way up, and she asked me about my status.

I said I’m on the market but have not find the one. I said I have casuals and I’m OK with that for now.

She wanted to know more. I said I was seeing someone for sometime already, but she is christian, and I have no plan to marry a Christian woman.

She collapsed and died.

After I resurrected her, she asked me why.

“Christianity is the enemy of Africa. The church want to destroy African culture and spirituality.” I replied.

She did not understand such high level abstract stuff.

I elaborated..

“Your bible said if any conflict between your faith and your loved ones, choose the faith and feel free to ditch your father, your mother, your children. Even if it’s your own arm cut it. That a deal breaker for me.” I said in a dry tone.

You better never couple with a Christian wife. They call Jesus their true spouse and would only do what they feel that Jesus told them. You’d only get in trouble.

“When someone tells me he is Christian, my second screen just pops with stuff like: a liar, a cheater, a delusional, infantile mind, a criminal, a manipulator”.

Anyway, I’m allergic to Christianity, how could I embed myself with a Christian, unless it’s for casual fun, out of hormonal urge.

Christianity is evil for Africa.


About Mawuna KOUTONIN

Mawuna Koutonin is a world peace activist who relentlessly works to empower people to express their full potential and pursue their dreams, regardless of their background. He is the Editior of, Founder of, and Social activist for Africa Renaissance. Koutonin’s ultimate dream is to open a world-class human potential development school in Africa in 2017. If you are interested in learning more about this venture or Koutonin’s other projects, you can reach him directly by emailing at

One Response to “Don't Marry a Christian”

  1. Nzinga

    Mawuna, this is mother/sister Nzingha Facebook friend. I have not interacted with you in a while since leaving FB. I think about the time I refused to give you information regarding my APP, i felt bad and still do. However, I failed to say my niece and partner instructed me not to share what it was about, and she made me promise. We still never got it off the ground neither one of us know anything about creating an APP.
    It is still waiting to be created.
    Having said that, I want you to know I will always wish you the best. I love reading Silicon Africa Don’t marry a christian. So true.
    We still continue to suffer, it cannot lsst forever. Religion is the major problem. My daughter almost married an African from Gabon some years ago. She married some American, after less than 2 years she is getting a divorce. The man is back in Gabon and I am trying to get them back together. I love this man so much he to me is a jewel.
    Take care.


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