Bishop Oyedepo Blasted After Saying This About Paying Tithes
By GLOWrites | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 23 views
Bishop David Oyedepo, the general overseer and head pastor of living faith Church aka winners Chapel, has made a controversial statement concerning the payment of tithes.
In his words, the clergyman said, "You're under financial curse if you don't pay tithe" and unsurprisingly, the statement did not settle down well with most people as they took turns to blast the controversial man of God.
Not exempted from this are notable and popular figures like basket mouth and others who took to their Instagram account to poke fun at the pastor for his stance on payment of tithes.
You can check out some of the comments it has generated below.
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