Pastor condemns Nigerians refusing to give beggars money because of Buhari

Pastor condemns Nigerians refusing to give beggars money because of Buhari

- Pastor Ogidigbo has condemned Christians who refuse helping beggars because of Buhari

- The pastor said doing so does not reflect true Christianity and is very ungodly

- The clergy man said believers who refuse to offer help because of political differences are destroying their Christian foundation

A Nigerian pastor, Ogidigbo, has condemned the act of not giving beggars money because of President Muhammadu Buhari’s victory, saying that is contrary to Christianity.

The pastor admonished his members to be like God "who causes his rain and sun to shine on the good and the evil".

He said nobody should discriminate against anybody whether they belong to the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) or the All Progressives Congress (APC).

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The pastor said believers who deny beggars money because of political differences are destroying their Christian foundation ignorantly.

He also added that the trend should rather prompt believers more to give beggars money irrespective of what Buhari had done.

It should be noted that President Buhari of the APC floored Atiku by polling 15,191,847. On the other hand the PDP presidential candidate Atiku scored 11,262,978 votes.

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Recall that Legit.ng earlier reported that a particular supporter of Atiku refused to give a beggar money because he believed he voted for Buhari in the just concluded presidential election.

The Atiku supporter went on his Twitter page on Friday, March 1, to share the video of himself where he told the beggar he would not be giving him money and the reason for doing so.

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