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Pastor Adeboye’s son refers to people seeking financial assistance from the church as ‘jokers’, asks them to stop

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Pastor Adeboye’s son, Leke
Adeboye probably should have thought twice before posting a video which has
since gone viral. In the video, he urged people who have been writing to the
church for help to stop.

In a part of the video, he
referred to them as jokers and advised them to save up now that Nigeria is out
of recession. He further said people should engage in trade by barter and
exchange food items.
He also called out the ‘jokers’
who were writing to the church seeking for sponsorship to go study in Russia.
Ending the video, he was sure to let everyone know he was ‘obviously’ not in
Nigeria.

 Many people reacted to the video as not
everyone found it pleasant. One of which is leader of the Free The Sheeple
movement, Daddy Freeze. He took to social media to react to ., more or
less schooling the young man.
He wrote, “@lekeadeboye, how
are you and how is your daddy? Tell him I send my utmost regards and kind considerations.
You are making a lot of sense with this trade by batter suggestion, but let me
ask you this; does your dad pay his private jet pilots with cassava or rice?
Does he exchange garri for aviation fuel?
Charity they say begins at home;
why not start by collecting tithes and offering in grains and cattle like it
was originally intended in the Bible? The ‘jokers’ you mentioned so
respectfully, could go to one of the numerous redeemed schools littered across
Nigeria, can’t they? This shouldn’t be rocket science.



You speak of money ‘saved’. I ask
from where precisely? Through what means was this money ‘earned’? Do accept my
kind regards to yourself and Pastor E. A. Adeboye, your father.” See post
below:

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