- A brother of ex-governor Fayose, Isaac, recently updated his followers on social media about his moves
- Isaac shared a receipt of the N500k seed he sowed at a COZA church in Abuja
- Similarly, the individual also shared a video, photos from the dedication of his brand new G-Wagon ride
A family member of former Ekiti state governor, Ayo Fayose, identified as Isaac, has gotten many people talking after taking to his social media page with photos showing some of his recent activities in his place of worship.
Apparently, Isaac had donated the sum of N500k as a seed in the branch of Common Wealth of Zion Assembly (COZA), that he attends in Abuja.
He went on to share a photo of the receipt showing the transaction on his Facebook page. The individual also made sure to tag the senior pastor of the church, Biodun Fatoyinbo, as he urged his followers to also sow seeds in the house of the Lord.
See his post below:
However, the post generated mixed reactions with many calling him out for showing off his donations to God to members of the public.
Read a few comments sighted below:
Kay Peters said:
"If you give me money, I post it to the world to see like this, I bet you I will return the money back to you."
Samuel Babatunde Oluwadero said:
"This is lack of maturity and purely show off...Some People are sowing seed in millions of naira in thousand of dollars....and they will even tell Pastor.... please don't mention my name. Read Matthew 6:1."
Dayo Taiwo said:
"For me there is absolutely nothing wrong with what Isaac Fayose uploaded. I simply learnt giving to God is really important and doing giveaways to the needy is also very important. some even go with the lowest denominations. This man just reminded me again that I must always honour My God. May God bless you for this revelation Bro."
In a different post, Isaac also shared photos and a video showing the dedication of his brand new G-Wagon ride at the house of God.
See his post below:
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that ex-governor Ayo Fayose expressed dissatisfaction with Lai Mohammed's statement on the war against insecurity.
The ex-Ekiti state governor said contrary to what the minister said, Nigerians are not interested in comparisons.
Fayose said the APC-led government has failed to secure Nigerians.