The former Nigerian presidential aide made this known in a recent post he made on his verified social media handle on the popular social media platform, Twitter.
According to him, people should make money, so when they see others suffering, they won’t need to pray, but rather they will just pay.
The post he made reads;
“Make money, so when you see human suffering, you wont need to pray, you will just pay. Be like the Good Samaritan. When he saw the man attacked by robbers, he didn’t pray. He paid. In your time of need, you need payer warriors, not prayer warriors!”
The post got some reactions from social media users and some of these reactions are;
@Dmallam3 – Oga, there are human problems that require divine intervention to resolve and not money. May such problems never come to you and your family or you will realise everything is not about money.
@torpsihh – Uhm..well said! But i think we’ll need to define the kind of need nd suffering here. Reason being tht some sufferings are not solvable by currency (no matter how hard), and some needs make bare the limitations of money! Hwevr, it’s rewarding to be ‘moneyful’
@Alademehin_seun – In this scenario what you need to do is pay and not pray. We can always find something to do to better our income and be a source of blessing to others especially in this present age of social media and internet marketing.
@Samediale – Not totally true Sir. I was in one of the best hospitals in Abuja last name with a fellow whose life can only be saved by God; not money. What he and family need right now are prayer warriors, not payer warriors.
@Goshbaby1_ – Na that prayer wey some people dey do dey always vex me. Clearly this person needs financial assistance, if everybody keeps praying like you without actually rendering any help, how will the person get the money he/she needs?
@EzeudoNa – Nice one my able motivator @renoomokri. You don’t know how much i respect you for always saying things just the way they are..