Kenyans online have ganged against a certain Tanzanian pastor following his remarks that were edivently not taken kindly.
Pastor Daniel Mgogo raised a lot of comments, mostly angry ones after he stated that broke men shouldn't expect respect from their wives or girlfriends.
According to him, a man's ability to take care of his wife is what earns him respect. He therefore should work hard to provide for his woman and in turn earn her respect.
"Who told you a poor man is respectable? If you don't have money do not talk. And if you want respect look for money," said the pastor.
Social media users were ready to disagree with his opinion, and had different opinions over the matter.
One user wrote: "Those men he calls broke are the same men who give their offering so that his wife and children eat well, dress well, get a good education. Shame on him."
Another's comment read: "Mr. Pastor talk slowly. If we stop giving out tithes, your wife will leave you."
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