- The head pastor of Harvesters International Christian Centre, Bolaji Idowu, has warned ladies against leading brothers on
- Using a fictional name, Valerie, he asked ladies to stop confusing God's angel by checking on four brothers at the same time
- Many who reacted to the post found the pastor's way of passing his message very funny and creative
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A pastor, Bolaji Idowu, has gone online to speak about relationships as he directed his message to ladies.
In a Twitter post on Thursday, February 3, he told ladies to stop checking on four brothers at the same time.
Don't confuse God's angel
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"Dear sister Valerie, stop checking on Segun, Daniel, Femi and Sylvester at odd hours of the night all in the name of ‘checking on them’."
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Pastor Bolaji stated that when a lady does that, she only gives the "green light" to four men at the same time. He told them to "stop confusing the angel of God."
See his post below:
At the time of writing this report, the post has gathered over 900 likes with hundreds of comments.
YEN.com.gh compiled some of them below:
"There’s nothing wrong with sharing positive vibes equally by checking on them lol."
"How is segun first on this list?"
"She just wants to greet them small 'sweet dreams' boss."
"This one deep ooo."
"This is the Christian version of 'don’t confuse the thunder stay one place'."
"Sister Valerie is not looking for man sir, she's a tax collector."
Pastor gives his wife a car
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a pastor, Gospel Agochukwu on Thursday, September 9, 2021, took to Facebook to narrate how he gave his wife a new car to celebrate her birthday.
He went ahead to narrate that the lady he wanted to marry called off their wedding six days to the day, saying she is no more interested in the relationship.
The pastor revealed this was after wedding invites had already been sent out to church members, and friends and church workers had already picked out their matching outfits.
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