A young lady who works in the USA has stated the reason why she will stop sending her mother money in cash because of their pastor.
Here's the budget she shared:
She has told her mom that she has alot of bill to settle and that she will be unable to send her money because of a religious leader that her mother gives some percentage to who doesn't belong to her family. The qualified HR practitioner, who previously worked as Human Resource Manager at Kenblest Group in Thicha told us.
"When i saw she'd send a significant chunk to the pastor, i stopped giving my mother cash. I pay for water abroad, power and the internet and shop at home," Nderu said.
Here is what people are saying:
Asked why she hadn't taken into account that her mother had yet to have liquid cash in order to meet unforeseen needs, Nderu admitted that her mother usually send part of the money she gives her to the pastor as tithe.
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