Prophet Asks Congregation to Buy Him Luxurious Range Rover, Netizens Express Mixed Feelings

Prophet Asks Congregation to Buy Him Luxurious Range Rover, Netizens Express Mixed Feelings

  • A prophet boldly asked people in his church to contribute towards his dream luxury vehicle
  • The man said upon contribution a person will receive a card that will bring blessings to their lives
  • The online community reacted to the video, with many displeased while some supported the prophet's request

PAY ATTENTION: Let yourself be inspired by real people who go beyond the ordinary! Subscribe and watch our new shows on Briefly TV Life now!

A prophet asked his church members to contribute thousands towards his dream car.
A prophet requested his congregation buy him his dream luxurious vehicle. Images: @Kakande Ministries - Francais, @Csaba Tokolyi
Source: Getty Images

A TikTok video of a prophet asking his congregation to buy him a luxurious Range Rover has left many netizens with mixed feelings.

In a video uploaded by @thegospelofp.kakandeplc8, the prophet is seen standing in front of his congregation. He can be heard asking each person to contribute $300 (about R5 400) toward buying the Range Rover.

A person who contributes will receive a card that will supposedly bring blessings upon blessings to their lives. The prophet further showed the stunning car he wanted on the church's flat-screen TV. He implored:

Read also

SA teacher's video enjoying school holidays on the roof leaves Mzansi in stitches

"We just need this simple car and you will see how God will bless your life. Those from abroad, from around we still need money to buy that vehicle. Each one of us is contributing only $300."

Prophet asks the congregation for a Range Rover

Watch the TikTok video below:

Netizens express mixed feelings about the prophet's request

The video garnered over 100k views, with online users divided. Some showed belief in the prophet while others were not having it.

@talina8407 suggested:

"How about the pastor contribute to me and see what the Lord will do for him?"

@Time in Africa shared:

"I wish I had, I can give my gift. He prayed for me and my leg that pained for years stopped paining."

@jbbey2 wondered:

"Why can't he pray for God to deliver it at his door?"

Read also

Overseas man visiting Africa gets wife for 5 cows, netizens envious: "Come buy me as well"

@Lucky was disappointed:

"Pastors have the most outrageous audacities wallah."

@Leon Lizwelethu Tope laughed:

"Go and work, baba...."

Pastor gets backlash after faulting women for high divorce rate

In another story, Briefly News reported about a pastor who was slammed by netizens after blaming women for divorces.

A pastor on TikTok started a conversation about marriage. The religious leader told people that men leave their wives due to poor mental health. He said men needed an emotional connection and could not get one from their wives.

PAY ATTENTION: Сheck out news that is picked exactly for YOU - click on “Recommended for you” and enjoy!

Source: Briefly News

Sinothando Siyolo avatar

Sinothando Siyolo (Editor) Sinothando Siyolo is a Human Interest Writer at Briefly News. He holds a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree from the University of Cape Town (UCT), with majors in Media and Writing, Politics and Governance. Before joining Briefly, Sinothando worked as a Content Producer for Hibari Media and as a News Content Producer for The South African (TSA). He has the ability to write across various sections - News, Human Interest, Politics, Entertainment, and Business. He joined Briefly in 2023. You can contact Sinothando at