#DearAfricanPastors! Twitter users write open letter to African Pastors
We work up to yet another weird activities on micro-blogging site, Twitter. Today, the site's users started an unusual trend but we were very interested.
The tweeps in short open letters are writing to African pastors to avoid certain things as well as asking them some pretty hilarious but true questions.
We bring you some of the most interesting tweets. Check them out below.
#DearAfricanPastors anointing oil $50 why? Ahiaaa sins I dey commit?
#DearAfricanPastors what you use our offerings for?
#DearAfricanPastors The goal was not to compete and pull down one another, but to compliment and unconditionally love all.
#DearAfricanPastors The goal was not to Lord over God's people, but to serve God's people.
#DearAfricanPastors The goal was not to make the church look like the street, but to make the street look like the church.
#DearAfricanPastors how many are angels like obinim
#DearAfricanPastors why is it that when most of you come on radio you mostly stress on your mobile money accounts instead of preaching?
#DearAfricanPastors can you stop letting us tell our neighbors everything you say? Some take it so serious. I need an air freshener
#DearAfricanPastors please prophecise going to heaven and stop money and traveling prophecies
#DearAfricanPastors What seed do we sow at church that we don't know the farmers
#DearAfricanPastors please when you say we will close service soon please go by your words.
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