- Media mogul Dele Momodu has called on friends to join him to give to the poor
- Momodu said that he feels ready to give most of his income to the poor
- The journalist begged God to help him carry out his desire
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Publisher and journalist Dele Momodu has taken to his page on the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter, to express how he feels after giving out money to some people in need.
The veteran journalist stated that he feels fulfilled especially because he now has a better understanding of what Jesus meant when he told the rich to give to the poor.
Momodu made those statements after some beneficiaries of his good gestures sent text messages to him to appreciate him.
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In the screenshots of the messages he shared online, the media mogul spotted students who would be writing the 2020 WAEC examination with N5000.
The beneficiaries prayed for him for his support, asking God to bless him and his family.
Reacting to their prayers, Momodu said that he feels ready to give most of his income to the poor without expecting anything in return. He also urged his rich friends to join him to help the poor.
"I feel so fulfilled and ready to give most of my income to the poor, expecting nothing but only PRAYERS in return, and will encourage my friends to join me... GOD HELP ME," Momodu said.
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Dele Momodu hosted an online 60th birthday party amid COVID-19 with top dignitaries in attendance.
Momodu’s event was attended by the Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, Governor Babajide Sanwo Olu, Liberia’s vice president Jewel Taylor, ex-Ghanaian president John Mahama, singer Banky W, business mogul Tony Elumelu, Sade Okoya among other dignitaries.
Attendees of the virtual party were also treated to interesting musical performances by veteran musicians Kwam 1, Sir Shina Peters, and Yinka Ayefele.
Others like Rotimi Amaechi, Rev- Mother Esther Ajayi, Segun Odegbami, and Dame Abimbola Fashola who could not join the party called to send their best wishes to the celebrant.
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