- A harvest session of a Nigerian church has stirred reactions on social media as worshippers turned up in style
- In a video shared from the church occasion, a male congregant literally dragged a goat as he danced joyfully to the altar with his food offerings
- Some social media users argued that the church members bountiful offerings for the harvest were ok given that it was done out of freewill
Photos and a video from a church's harvest occasion have gone viral on social media and sparked debate.
This is as the congregants gave bountifully to the Lord to the point that the church's altar took the appearance of a local market.
In a video shared by @instablog9ja on Instagram, an excited male congregant danced to make his own donation of a goat as he dragged the animal with him.
Boys who beg people for money on the street captured in video eating big meat, drinking in restaurant
At the foot of the altar are fruits and food items that include bananas, yams, pineapples.
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A congregant even donated cakes. The cakes were placed on a table covered in white linen.
The church is said to be located in the Yaba area of Lagos State.
"This is the best harvest, the harvest God has always talked about, and to be given to the poor and men of God (fulltime)."
"Please where is the church located make I go collect my own share abi shey na only the pastor get am?"
"These food items are later shared to the members. Mainly widows, widowers and the needy in general. So make una calm down."
"Please give me the pastor's address. I want to work as his cook. I love to work in the vineyard of the Lord."
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"Yes pls let dem..you don’t knw the battles and struggles God helped some people to overcome in their lives especially this period wen diff tins Dey happen...Thank God abeg."
Church member gift pastor N55 million car
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a church member had gifted his pastor a new car worth N55 million.
The pastor, Chris Abraham, was given the car as a goodbye gift after the man of God was transferred from his station in Abuja to another state.
Legit.ng learnt that the car was given to the pastor by a member who is popularly known by the nickname, Major Mega.
A Facebook post reporting the incident read:
"The vehicle, a land cruiser is the latest of its series. Church Gist gathered that the price of 2022 Toyota Land Cruiser in Nigeria including landing cost is from N55 million (55,000,000) Naira or $110,000..."