- A Nigerian man has lamented after his church's crossover service ended around 11:am on January 1
- The man identified as @folastag narrated that his pastor held them back in church after a phone went missing during service
- @folastag said the phone was later found with their head usher, who said it looked like his own
A Nigerian man has taken to the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter, to lament after his cross-over service ran late. The man identified as @folastag shared a tweet, saying that the cross-over service in his church finished at 11:am on Wednesday, January 1.
His tweet received a lot of reactions on the platform with many wondering why the service went on for so long. Some even joked that the pastor wanted to cross-over to 2021.
However, @folastag made it known that it was not the service that made them stay late but a missing phone. He said their pastor made them stay back.
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According to him, their pastor told them all to stay back after their service when he discovered that a member's phone was missing.
The Twitter user said the phone was later found with their head usher, who claimed that the phone looked like his own.
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