- Funke Felix-Adejumo urged people to move on from relationships and friendships in which they're the richest
- The renowned Nigerian preacher explained that there is a connection between association and prosperity
- She alluded to Joseph in the Bible to reinforce her opinion
Clergywoman, Funke Felix-Adejumo, has urged people to quit friendships and relationships when they discover they are the richest in their circle for better connections.
The popular preacher shared this opinion during a church programme recently, grounding her sermon on the principles of wealth as she linked the effects of association and prosperity.
Felix-Adejumo alluded to Joseph in the Bible, saying, ''Joseph befriended wealthy prisoners, butlers, and bakers'' whilst in prison.
Explaining her point
She explained that one must aim to connect with people living in a realm above them to improve challenging situations.
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''Some of you, you are the best person in your group. Wake up. That group should expire tonight,'' she said.
''You are the richest among your friends when you sit at the table. That relationship has expired. Move on. Befriend wealthy mentors,'' she urged the congregants.
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