Video shows controversial pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo asking church members to sow a seed of N360,000

Video shows controversial pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo asking church members to sow a seed of N360,000

A video making the rounds on the internet has raised eyebrows. It shows controversial Nigerian pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo sharing the gospel in Houston, Texas recently.

Not only was Fatoyinbo preaching, he asked members of the congregation to sow a seed of $1000 (N360,000) each. He asked them to sow the seed to receive restoration and because the bible says the voice of the poor is not heard.

Watch him below:

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Popular online evangelist and media personality Freeze has also reacted to the clip. He added Fatoyinbo’s clip to a series currently running on his Instagram page. See his post below:


Season 1: Episode 12 (season finale) This episode is titled ‘The words of a poor man are not heard’

Previously on ‘FUNKE’S SEED’, our aunty once again ‘didn’t plan this’. She never seems to plan any of her ‘seed’ collections. She seems to love that line as she uses it regularly.

In this episode, Aunty Funke’s brother in the seed, Boda Biodun asks for a seed for unusual exploits. Boda Biodun quotes Ecclesiastes 9:16 saying The words of a poor man are not heard... If so why do poor people bother going to church in the first place?

Ecclesiastes 9:16 is an old covenant bible verse that has absolutely no relevance to Christianity! Each time you read the Old Testament you put a veil over your heart, let Jesus take that veil away now!

2 Corinthians 3:14

King James Bible

But their minds were blinded: for until this day remaineth the same vail untaken away in the reading of the Old Testament; which vail is done away in Christ.”

This is coming after another Nigerian pastor Funke Adejumo was seen in a different video asking church members to donate N1million to receive stupendous wealth.

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