Nigerian singer, Peter Okoye better known as Mr P has made it known that he is allergic to poverty and he has nothing to do with it.
Mr P took to his official Twitter page and stated that he is allergic to poverty considering how far he has come in the music business.
He wrote; ”Testimony!.. Guy I’m allergic to Poverty!”
This follows after Peter intimated that he bought himself a new pricey jewelry collection for Valentine’s Day, prompting a fan to question his extravagant spending.
The fan pointed out that the artist spent millions on diamond jewelry, but he frequently criticizes government expenditures, to which he responded that he owes him nothing.
Meanwhile, The Senior Pastor of Awaiting The Second Coming Of Christ Ministry, Adewale Giwa, has counseled religious leaders to put salvation ahead of tithing.
Tithing was not mentioned in God’s 10 commandments to biblical Moses, according to Giwa.
The 10 commandments, also known as the Decalogue, are a series of biblical moral and religious precepts that are significant in both Judaism and Christianity, according to the pastor.
Giwa described most men of God as “today’s Pharisees” who only proclaim the laws but do not practice Jesus Christ’s teachings while speaking to his members in Akure, the capital of Ondo State, on Sunday.
He said, “God wants us to teach people about loving one another. The greatest teaching is love, not tithing. Some people say you can’t make heaven if you don’t pay your tithes; this is contrary to God’s commandments.
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