So on Monday afternoon I was online, Twitter precisely, going through my timeline and this particular tweet popped up and it was retweeted by one of my followers.
One King Zeal took to his page – @Bigzeal100 to say;
“Why are Nigerians this way ?? So I attended thanksgiving service in my friends church today and someone brought a car key for the pastor. Come see dance…Only for us to go outside.”
I glanced through, after reading the content, I didnt know if I should laugh over it, comment or just scroll past it. Oh well, I decided to go through the comment section to see what my fellow Nigerians have to say about the development.
I trust Nigerians, they will never disappoint with comments after they imagine the look on the pastor’s face when he must have expected to see a lovely Benz outside, only to spot a yellow painted Keke napep.
Reacting to this, Nigerians took turn to drop their views.
One Young Joe, the Preacher – @youngjoe1906 said;
“See better business to run…. Either sow a seed or put it on the road to bring in income.”
Akindele – @delcap1 said;
“Shey no be money he use buy am nii, leave am oo.”
Crown Betty – @Crownbetty1 noted that;
“The pastor will be taking his blessings back in his mind. I trust naija pastors.”
And Emeka – @A_mekuz was quick to say;
“Do you know that he gave the pastor an asset, if it had been a car, that would probably be a liability, he probably had a car before, but this…he could give this to a member he trusted enough, and they’ll agree on how much he’ll bring daily after working with it.”
While FROSH – @ibilethofrosh told the pastor to manage the gift;
“Make the pastor manage am.”
My question now is, must one present the whole world to a pastor as gift before it would be appreciated? Shouldn’t every little gift be appreciated so long its coming from a clean heart?