City preachers have been reported in most countries to be luring their followers for self gain. The tithes and offerings that the congregants give in church are supposed to be used to help the poor and run various church functions. However, most church organizations are misusing this resources.
According to a story covered by Tuko news on Facebook, a pastor identified as William Folorunso Kimuyi, founder of Deeper life Bible church is reported to have jetted into church with a limousine.
Netizens are said to have reacted to a post he had shared on his Facebook wall. They revealed that the pastor has been encouraging them to live a modesty life and leave alone the riches of this world. This looked contrary to what he was doing since he was spotted with multi-million worth limousine.
Many Netizens today reacted to the post that Resurfaced online as shared by Tuko news on their timeline with alot of mixed reactions. Here are some of their comments.
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