- Popular Nigerian singer, Timi Dakolo, has shared his piece of mind with fans ahead of the new year
- According to the musician, his fans should invest their money rather than sow seeds at the request of pastors
- Dakolo added that God is not a money doubler and His blessings are not for sale
The year 2019 remains only a few hours to its end and a number of people have already taken to social media to share wise words with their fans.
In Nigeria, it is common for most Christian families to spend New Year’s Eve at the church praying into the New Year.
Well, popular singer, Timi Dakolo has taken to his Instagram page to advice people who might feel inclined to drop huge amounts of money as a way of sowing seeds at their pastor’s request.
According to Dakolo, people should invest their money instead of sowing seeds because their pastors said so. According to the singer, God is not a money doubler.
Dakolo added that God’s blessings are not for sale and church goers should not be manipulated into sowing seeds because of pastors.
See his posts on the topic below:
In other related news, Legit.ng earlier that former presidential spokesperson, Reno Omokri, wondered if tithes are more important than lives.
According to Reno, churches would rather reply those who talk about tithes than reacting to the reports of Nigerians being killed in south Africa as a result of xenophobia attacks.
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