Chrisland School: The Best Schools for your Children are Catholic Owned and run day Schools — Reno Omokri

Reno Omokri

Former presidential aide, Reno Omokri, has said that the best school for a parent or guardian to send their child or ward, is Roman Catholic owned day schools. 


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The former aide made these statement while reacting to the shocking news of 2 students Chrisland School who were seeing in a video tape doing adult things in a hotel room in Dubai, where they went to a for a sports competition in the Emirates.

 

Pastor Omokri maintained that he is not a Roman Catholic, and does not believe in Catholicism, but he stressed that currently, the best school to send a child is a Catholic owned and managed school.

 

He also revealed that he sent one of his daughters to a Catholic school, adding that he himself attended a Catholic school for 2 years.

 

Sharing on his IG page on Monday page, he wrote saying;

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The best schools for your children are Catholic owned and run day schools. I am not a Catholic. I do not believe in Catholicism. But I sent my daughter to a Catholic school for a while. In terms of discipline, education and civic mindedness, I am yet to find the equal of the Catholic Church! I myself attended a Catholic primary school for two years.

 

 

You can identify an adult who went to a Catholic school by his or her discipline, physical posture, respect for authority, and loyalty to those they choose to call their friends.

 

 

Catholic schools will not force your children to give up their own religions, and more importantly, your children won’t return to you as ‘woke’ teenagers. Of course, there may be one or more exceptions, but to a large extent, you get back children highly in tune with their Circadian rhythm, in control of their appetite, and aware that they have a duty to society, and not just an entitlement from their community.

 

 

do not believe in Catholicism. But I sent my daughter to a Catholic school for a while
I do not believe in Catholicism. But I sent my daughter to a Catholic school for a while

 

 

 

 

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