Stop scamming people in the name of Jesus, comedian Arole warns

Stop scamming people in the name of Jesus, comedian Arole warns

- Comedian Arole has told people that are hungry to look for a job or start a trade

- The comedian warned such people against deceiving others as a means of livelihood

- Arole also urged people to stop using the name of God for fraudulent businesses

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Popular comedian Arole has taken to his page on Twitter to warn scammers against using the name of Jesus to defraud people.

In a post on his page, the comedian urged fraudulent people to stop saying they see something about another person when God did not show them anything.

Arole advised such people to go and look for a job or start a trade if they are hungry.

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Comedian Arole warns
Comedian Arole addresses scammers. Photos: @officialarole
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Read what he said below:

"Stop scamming people in the NAME of JESUS, Stop it, Stop saying "this is what I see about you" when God didn't show you anything. If you're hungry go and look for a job, start a trade and stop "COMMERCIALISM JESUS"."

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In other news, earlier reported that media personality Morayo Brown addressed comedian Arole after he said premarital intimacy is sin.

The white garment comedian took to his social media pages to tell his fans and followers that the use of protection doesn't make premarital intimacy right. He enjoined his followers to start the year with a fresh relationship with God.

Responding to what the comedian said, Morayo took to her own Instagram page to express her thoughts. According to her, she agrees with the comedian, noting that she did not get intimate with her husband before they got married.

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However, she stated that it did not make them better than those who engaged in premarital intimacy. The TV presenter said that many people did not engage in fornication, yet they had horrible marriages.

Morayo urged her followers not to judge people who engage in fornication more than people who lie.


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