– A Nigerian pastor has got people talking on social media with his controversial statement
– Pastor Goodheart Val Aloysius said the days of people driving three cars while watching their pastors trek are numbered
– Social media users did not take the statement lightly as they described him as a “lazy criminal” and “disguised beggar”
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A Nigerian pastor identified as Goodheart Val Aloysius has caused quite a stir on social media after saying people using three cars when their pastors are trekking are in trouble.
Bioreports notes that the cleric made the controversial statement on his Facebook page.
“Oga you have 3 cars and your pastor is trekking without a car and you are very comfortable. Don’t worry, your days are numbered.”
Pastor Goodheart Val Aloysius made a controversial statement.
Photo credit: Goodheart Val Aloysius
See the post as shared by him on Facebook:
Nigerians took to the comment section of the post to share their thought about the warning. Many were of the opinion that the cleric was only trying to swindle his church members and they advised him to find a legitimate job.
David Ochiama wrote:
“I can literally scent poverty mentality all over this post, so you and your pastors problem in life is to drive car?….. sorry for your head.”
Kaycee Saint commented:
“Touch not my anointing and do my prophet no harm no reach for this one.. Oga if Na to drive car you call yourself, you better denounce it.. go carry laptop, bioreports still de pay. Onye oshi.. no be God called you. Disguise online beggar.”
Gloria Eleni reacted:
“You’re speaking in the flesh… Work hard and stop waiting on your members to buy you car..even Jesus was a carpenter for a living.
“Stop looking for your members belongings .that’s pure jealousy and envy.
Ariyo Omohtee commented:
“It is you and your family people that their days are numbered. Lazy criminal.”
Demola Ojo reacted:
“Why don’t you try to get a regular job or set up a business instead of trying to manipulate people into giving their wealth to make you rich. It’s high time crooks and charlatans like you are called out and exposed as nothing but fraudsters. Go make your own money!”
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In an earlier report by Bioreports, Pastor Aloysius began the sale of a special oil he claimed was able to prevent the deadly coronavirus.
Aloysius, who called it the COVID-19 Prevention Oil took to his Facebook page to kick off the sale, saying it costs $100 (N38k).
He urged his followers to get the oil and gain spiritual immunity to the deadly disease that is giving the world a sleepless night.
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