Popular music producer, Samuel Oguachuba, popularly known as Samklef, has said that he didn’t believe in heaven or hell because he believed that heaven is here on earth.

The talented producer took to his verified Twitter page on Saturday to share a series of tweets on his beliefs concerning religion.

According to Samklef, humans are gods and therefore, bear the same characteristics as God.

Sharing a picture of himself, he tweeted: “I don’t believe in heaven. I don’t believe in hell. But I believe in heaven on earth. If God is the same yesterday, today, and forever, so are ye. Bright star from the east.”(sic)

He also called on Africans to “believe in themselves through God” rather than place their beliefs on religion.

 “A lot of Africans believe in religion instead of them to believe in themselves through God,” Samklef tweeted.

He added, “Until all these men of God in Africa stop manipulating their congregations and start telling them the truth that they are their own miracle, Nothing good will come out of Africa. Black man, wake up. Return to yourself. God lives in you. Ye are gods.”

This belief by the artiste is a challenge to the established belief in the afterlife by many Nigerians who are either Christians or Muslims and even animists. No doubt it has been causing a lot of controversy on the bird app which has been banned by the Federal Government since June 4 this year.