A young lady who claims she is from hell has reacted to Bishop Oyedepo’s post on not paying of tithe.
She is a graphics designer and also a historian.
Bishop Oyedepo whose the General Overseaser of Winners Chapel who has early said those that do not pay their tithes would be under financial curse.
She further said that it humans who decide on been poor or wealthy and not God.
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