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CoronaVirus: Pastor Mathew Ashimolowo begs for online offering and tithing following ban on church service (Video)

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While the world is battling with the fast spreading coronavirus which is threatening the entire world’s economic and claiming lives, a popular Nigerian pastor, Mathew Ashimolowo has come out to tell his church members to pay their offerings and tithe via online as the Federal Government directive on gathering ban continues

 

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However the pastor’s church members have reacted to the post and the video.

See their comments below:

@apeh_ said : This is my pastor, he doesn’t need your offering for anything. Google about Pst Mathew Ashimolowo
@magdalenerapheal said: His my pastor, he did not beg u for offerings or tithe. And he doesnt need ur money for anything. Go and ask about Pastor Mathew Ashimolowo his not hungry and do not need ur money .Nonsense..
@sly_real said: I feel this is edited , this pastor is well to do not those hungry pastors.

Meanwhile, a first case recorded in Osun state as Nigeria confirms two new cases.

The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) confirmed the new cases in Lagos and Osun on Wednesday.

According to NCDC, Both cases are returning travellers to Nigeria in the last 7 days.

In total, Nigeria has recorded 46 cases, 2 recovered and one dead.

Mahi Dare, is a writer who writes what's right. A lover of art and addicted to what is good.

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