“Speaking in tongues will not replace the apology you owe people in English” – Timi Dakolo

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Timi Dakolo, a Nigerian singer, songwriter and music producer has taken to his official Twitter to draw the line between spirituality and courtesy.

Timi has directed his tweet to devoted Christians on the need to learn how to apologize when it is right.

He added that whether or not you are a tongue-speaking Christian, the fruits of the spirit encourages courtesy and social etiquettes.

In his tweet, he says:

“Speaking in tongues will not replace the apology you owe people in English.”

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