- Actress Yvonne Nelson says it is best to make donations in secret
- She said donations made to the poor, needy, and orphan in the society should not be publicise like some people do
- Nelson added that it is by doing so that God will bless those who give
- Some celebrities have recently made some donations with publicity all over
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Star actress Yvonne Nelson has kicked against the practice where people make donations to the poor, needy, and orphans in the society only to go and publicise it.
She wrote on Twitter that such things must be done in secret as God has said, adding that it is only by that means that God would bless the giver.
Yvonne Nelson added that God sees what is done in secret, stressing that no other eye must see such donations.
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“Pls donate to the poor/needy/widows/orphans etc, dont let an eye see it when you do, God in heaven sees it!this is how God our Father in Heaven blesses! most churches/pastors will use your money for their luxurious lifestyles. God sees and knows our hearts.”
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Nelson’s post follows the many donations that have been done by some celebrities which were heralded with publicity.
For instance, Fella Makafui earlier wrote that she and her husband Medikal were going to donate to a group, and she shared photos of the item.
Musician Criss Waddle also disclosed that he was donating hand sanitizers to some hospitals and individuals in Accra and Kumasi.
However, Nelson believes this is not the right thing to do.
Many people have agreed with her.
Kenny, for instance, wrote that God indeed does not like such showy display:
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Kennedy also could not agree more:
Boakye also agreed:
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Meanwhile, Ghana’s confirmed coronavirus cases have shot up to 68 as of Wednesday, March 25, 2020.
Also, three deaths have been recorded including the wife of a military man in Accra.
President Akufo-Addo declared Wednesday as a national fasting and prayer day for the nation.
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