- Pastor Tunde Bakare, the general overseer of the Latter Rain Assembly, says financial houses come to him for transactions instead of him going to them
- Bakare explains that having 'heavenly bank accounts' has its strategies devoid of just paying tithes and offerings
- The clergyman asked his followers to get the right approaches by giving freely and heartily
Pastor Tunde Bakare, the general overseer of the Latter Rain Assembly located in Lagos, has mentioned 1985 as the year he last entered a Nigerian banking hall for transactions.
The pastor, who said he was not saying this out of pride, added that the banks and their officials come to his home to carry out whatever transactions that are needed. He added that since that year, he had only gone to banks to sanctify new branches.
Vanguard quotes the clergyman as saying: “I am not showing off as you will call it, I am only provoking you to charge up yourself."
“My mother was not a rich woman, but someone once told her that she would have bank accounts abroad and she laughed, but right now, she has a son that has bank accounts abroad,” Bakare said, adding that such blessings really do not have anything to do with education.
He charged his audience by telling them that if he could run bank accounts without visiting the financial houses, they too can achieve the feat.
“I don’t have two heads, neither does Dangote. Paying your tithe and offering doesn’t mean you have a heavenly bank account.
“If you think I am going to rush this sermon, you missed. I am going to go slow, after all, our president is ‘Baba Go Slow’ and I am his very good friend,” he said.
According to him, becoming heavenly-wealthy has its principles and approaches.
He urged the members to share freely and give things heartily.
Legit.ng recently reported that President Muhammadu Buhari congratulated Pastor Bakare on his 65th birthday.
The president’s congratulatory message was conveyed through a statement by his special adviser on media and publicity, Femi Adesina, in Abuja on Sunday, November 10.
Adesina quoted the president, in a personally signed letter, addressed to Bakare as saying: “I rejoice with you as you gracefully clock 65 years of age in good health."
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