You may well have heard of JJ. Omojuwa – sometime political pundit, sometimes server of savagery, full time Twitter don. He has raised many topics on Twitter – some encouraging, some hilarious, and some downright controversial. But it is this Omojuwa tweet that gave us us life today!
Quoting a cab driver, he tweeted:
I left my former church the day my Pastor with 5 cars told us in church, “Mummy does not have her own car. Let’s get her one.” I knew I was in the wrong place – Cab driver
While some claimed to have been in the same service when this happened, others were on hand to give their own experiences with nefarious pastors.
These stories will shock you!
I left a church when the pastor said he removed his spiritual covering over an anonymous member who questioned the failure of his prophecy about Buhari's loss of the 2015 elections. I felt his reaction was too defensive and I couldn't reconcile the question with the response.
— Adebola (@enitioluwafe) February 4, 2018
I left one when I heard a pastor say that any woman who was still single at the age of 25 was under a curse. I didn't need revelation to know I was in the wrong place.
— #BlackGirlsRock (@ProfUkay) February 4, 2018
I left my former church because a guest pastor came to church with a Sienna, immediately he left our pastor who had a Volvo mandated the members to buy him a Sienna…
— Rainbow #MUFC (@CallMeVeektor) February 4, 2018
A friend left her former church after they contributed money to buy pastor car for his birthday and pastor took out a loan from a bank to buy an SUV and asked members to take up the monthly installment payment.
— #YouthUnemployment/ OGP. (@okekecc) February 4, 2018
Pastor was in the pulpit saying if you don’t sow in the church building God will delay your blessings because he has commanded you build his house first. The whole church was sitting. I walked straight to the main entrance to leave and the usher refuse to let. I pushed her aside
— JARVEE™ (@BlaqWilliams) February 4, 2018
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