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There was a scene in a commercial bus after a pastor berated a bus passenger for donating a small amount as an offering.

In a . clip shared by Instablog9ja on Instagram, the pastor rejected a N30 offering the bus passenger made.

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The incident happened at a bus park in Benin, Edo state, where the pastor said N30 was too small and asked if the passenger could use the money to buy Airpods.

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After another passenger chided the pastor for rejecting an offering, he responded by saying even Jesus rejected offerings in the Bible.

Reaction: He Is A Businessman

Many netizens rushed to the comments section to share their thoughts and similar experience with pastors.

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One @Nwa.chukwu called the preacher a businessman, adding that he doesn’t even know the scriptures, while @Stanbnx said, “This is not funny; ungratefulness is bad. This shows his intentions for praying for them. Most of them take this as business.”

One @Queenofdsun said it’s hunger that called the man and not God 😂😂 while, @Meetsade said, “One time in Warri I gave a prisoner money and then this pastor came to preach, and when he was done I didn’t give him anything, and he said God will judge me for giving a prisoner money and not him 😂😂.”

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Economy Is Bad, Stop Giving God Only 10% Tithes – Pastor Agochukwu Tells Nigerians

Meanwhile, a Nigerian Pastor, Evangelist Gosple Agochukwu, urged Christians in Nigeria to increase the tithes they pay to God.

The Imo-state-born cleric cited the economic downturns and the hike in prices of goods as justification for people to increase their tithes.

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He revealed that he now pays 70% of his earnings as tithes and urged his Christian followers via a post on social media to do the same and go higher than the statutory 10%.

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