Yvonne Nelson advises fans on donation, says people shouldn't know about it

Yvonne Nelson advises fans on donation, says people shouldn't know about it

- Ghanaian actress Yvonne Nelson has made a case against churches and pastors

- Yvonne took to her social media page to advise her fans to donate to the poor, needy, widows and orphans

- The actress said that most churches and pastors would use members money to sponsor their luxury lifestyles

Ghanaian actress Yvonne Nelson has advised her fans and followers on whom to donate their monies. The mother of one said that people should give out their monies the needy, poor, widows and orphans.

One of the discussions that people will never stop having on social media is the conversation about money. A lot of conversations have been had on paying tithes or giving it out to the poor.

While some said that tithes could be given to the poor, stating that God would understand, others believed that the bible has already commanded that tithes be paid into churches.

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Although Yvonne did not talk about tithes, she seemed to be supporting the people who believe that money should be given to the poor rather than taken to the church.

The movie star said that people should donate to the less privileged and not let an eye see it when they do. According to her, God in heaven would see through their hearts.

The film star noted that God blesses whoever gives to others. She went further to note that most churches and pastors would use people’s money for their luxurious lifestyles.

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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that actress Yvonne Nelson said she is not perfect as she encouraged fans. In an honest Instagram post, Yvonne called on young girls to take it easy on themselves. She said that nobody is perfect and advised that young women should not push too hard to be perfect physically.

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She noted that it is okay to feel inadequate sometimes as everyone is human. She encouraged her female fans and followers to put their energy into educating themselves. She advised them to use their brain to the fullest. The actress said that they are perfect in God’s eyes, and they are different which makes them unique. She urged them to never try to be someone else.

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