Popular Social Media Personality 'Throws' A Hard Question At Men of God, Checkout What She Said
By Esther_One | self meida writer
Published 29 days ago - 14 views
Counting and dating back, Ifa Funsho has been a personality with striking words and daring challenge to the society as she questions many things she sees on the media. She’s really had a lot of views with her words on social media specifically Twitter.
It is known and seen that usually and not always, men of God with a higher class of authority have this form of riches like big houses, big churches and as far as private jets. Though a man must benefit from the work he does, are they too much?
Ifa Funsho has made a shocking post which is quite daring. It can corner any one in range as she talked about pastors with riches like private jet. She further made mention Pastor Chris, Bishop Oyedepo, Pastor Adeboye, Apostle Johnson Suleman, etc as she asked, “Can’t each one of them sell 1 or 2 their jets to feed the poor in this hard time when youths ae committing suicide?”
See her post from below:
Has she gone too far this time or she's speaking the truth?
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