BREAKING OF KOLA NUT IS NOT BREAKING OF COMMUNION BREAD!
Igbos were growing, breaking, and eating kola nuts before Jesus Christ was born.
Igbos were growing, breaking, and eating kola nuts before European missionaries landed on African shores.
European missionaries forbade African names as baptismal names but
European missionaries never interfered with Igbo kola nut traditions nor stopped Igbos from eating kola nuts.
Latter day Igbo Christians who are more Christian than the departed European missionaries have
Turned the breaking of kola nuts into the consecration and breaking of communion bread.
How does kola nut that does not understand any language but Igbo, partake in foreign religious rituals?
Is the Christian tradition of calling on Jesus Christ to help with the breaking of kola nut rituals, not inferior to the Igbo tradition of calling on Chukwu Abiama?
Chukwu Abiama is the God the Father and is not subservient to Jesus Christ.
Standing to break kola nuts at events requiring the presence of kola nuts is akin to sitting while blessing communion bread.
If Jesus Christ visited Igbo land, his advice will be: Give to the kola nut what is due the kola nut and
Give to God what is due God because breaking of the kola nut using Igbo tradition is not idolatry but affirmation of faith!