- Pastor Ezekiel Odero argued that churches that treat the rich better than the poor are fake
- According to the preacher, such churches are there to make money and exploit their members
- Ezekiel also warned people against churches that restrict leadership positions to the rich members only
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New Life Church founder pastor Ezekiel Odero has discouraged people from going to churches that treat the rich better than the poor.
Speaking during a church service, the preacher cautioned people against churches that reserve the front seats for their rich members.
"If in your church those with money are sitting in the front, the ordinary ones are in the back, run away, you are just being exploited, you are being milked," he said.
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Ezekiel also noted that churches that assign leadership roles to rich members only are also dangerous.
"If your church has rich men with contracts and hardware. The one who owns hardware is in charge of construction projects, and the other one who is the boss of a certain company is the treasurer... There is no lower person in those leadership positions, no! I'm telling you guys to run away and leave those titles. The pastor is milking you. He knows that if his child misses school fees, you will feel sorry for him," Ezekiel continued
The man of God explained that such churches only exploit their members without spiritual gain.
"You are just being milked! You are not a leader, you are just a cow being milked," he added.
The video clip was shared on TikTok by a user identified as Kenyan Ben10.
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