'Put it in my hand'- Video shows pastor asking his congregation for money

'Put it in my hand'- Video shows pastor asking his congregation for money

Modern day pastors never stops to amaze us. Recently, a video made its way on social media which showed a religious leader asking his congregation to give him money.

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A Nigerian pastor is not relying on his church members' willingness to give to the Lord- he took matters into his own hands and asked them for money.

On Wednesday, a video was posted on social media which showed a religious leader urging his congregation to 'put' money in his hand. However, the pastor did not ask for small change, he called on those who have N5 000 to N10k with them.

Although the post stated the pastor hailed from Nigeria, Briefly.co.za is not sure when and where the sermon took place.

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"Nigerian pastors are amazing. See how he’s casually collecting money from the congregation LMAOOO," social media user @EtniesJags captioned the video.

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The video sparked quite the reaction on social media and tweeps could not believe the pastor was so forward.

Twitter user @modibbo00zigis commented: "hahaha come and drop it in my hands.....that's the line I love most.come and drop it in my hands oooo."
Another tweep, @Itzh_faey, added: "I can remember attending one church like that, the pastor asked for seeds, and pointed out that he wouldn't take any money less than 5,000... Buh laslas he said 'even if tz 500 naira you have, please come and drop'.... I never went back to that church again."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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